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Q: Window tint bubbling in rear window will I mess up defrost or antenna remove ingredients it

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Will I damage defrost or antenna removein tint from rear window

My car has 105000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

A: No, the defrosting mechanism is built into ...

No, the defrosting mechanism is built into the window and should not be destroyed by removing the tint. As with anything, however, just use caution when taking the tint off.

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