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Heated rear window switch
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I have a 2009 B9 van with solid rear doors yet have the above switch, it lights up when you press it but seen as I haven't used the van in the winter yet I'm not sure what it does, will it likely heat the mirrors or even the front screen although I thought Ford had the patent on this.
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I'd guess it would turn on the heat for the mirrors. You can pop one of the mirrors out and see if it has an electrical connection. Would doubt that the front screen is heated by anything other than the car heater.
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#3
The button also turns the side mirrors heating/defrosting..
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#4
Yup heated mirrors for winter Smile
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#5
It electrifies the back door handles for when you park in a dodgy area.

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#6
Thought it would be the mirrors. For the handles I recommend bluetac and stanley knife blades, just remember they are there.
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I left my van in a dodgy area once and came back to fund dogshit smeared all over the handles and windscreen. I was not bleeding well happy!

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(23-08-2016, 10:37 AM)Sootyfoot Wrote:  I left my van in a dodgy area once and came back to fund dogshit smeared all over the handles and windscreen. I was not bleeding well happy!

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Very sure! I was fitting a kitchen!!!

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(23-08-2016, 09:22 PM)Sootyfoot Wrote:  Very sure! I was fitting a kitchen!!!

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Are you on the level  What tool were you using did you use the front or the back door . Wink Wink
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