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post #1 of 17 Old 09-06-2006, 02:23 PM Thread Starter
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power sliding rear window

Does anybody know if you can add this option to an 05 SD f350??? The truck I bought doesnt have it but I think it would be nice to have??

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ditto on my 01, I'd love to have it, kinda makes folks nervous when I lean the seat back and open it while driving!

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honestly i dont know the answer for sure, but given what i know about fords, i would guess the pigtail for the switch and motor are already there, all you would need would be the switch and glass/motor assembly in the 05...but its just an educated guess...

Adam, i know your truck wont be plug and play to do it since it wasnt an option for your truck to begin with...
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well, that's alright, I'm gettin good at openin it and closin it the old fashioned way!

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kinda makes folks nervous when I lean the seat back and open it while driving!
You should try doin it on a four door. Peolpe really start to get worried when they come by and see you driving with your feet. I'll probably get flamed for saying that but oh well. Fire retardant suit on!!!!!!!

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I'd love to have it, kinda makes folks nervous when I lean the seat back and open it while driving!
I feel your pain. I get strange looks sometimes too

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yeah crew cabs sure make for a long reach to the back slider
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power sliding rear window

I love the power sliding rear window. Love to open it up to hear the sound of the pipes as I am pulling a hill with the fifth wheel behind me. just push the button on the dash.

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I think it is possible to do it, I saw on the parts website that you can get the power sliding rear window kit through your dealership or the pasts store online. It didn't say anything that would make it pertain to ones that already have it.

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im sure its possible in any truck, but it would involve running wires in the older ones...
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