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Which fuse controls rear window heat?

Does anyone know which fuse would control this? If it's a separate fuse I'd like to pull it so it doesn't get turned on on accident. I have a rear window advertising wrap that it could damage. I already pulled the rear wiper fuse and really don't need it or the heat. I looked in owner's manual and found the wiper fuse but no mention of the heater. It's probably on with something else that I need. I could do trial and error and figure it out but thought I'd ask here first.

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Great, Thanks. Unfortunately it's paired with the engine fan. I'll just be careful not to use it.

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If you want to disable it permanently you could just scratch through the element to break the circuit !


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I don't want to disable it permanently but I'll look and see if maybe there's a plug. It's not really a big deal. I don't think it will do any damage to the window sticker, but just to be safe.
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