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post #1 of 18 Old 10-08-2009, 04:03 AM Thread Starter
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anyone convert there manual slider to a power slider on an 08? if so what- and how? thanks.
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anyone convert there manual slider to a power slider on an 08? if so what- and how? thanks.
I am also interested

Its getting to dangerous for me to reach all the way into the back seat while driving at 60mph down the highway just to open or close the back window!!

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I had one on my old 08 and never used it. I do love my sunroof on my new truck however
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power on mine i use it all the time.. i hate the sunroof to much damn noise

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power on mine i use it all the time.. i hate the sunroof to much damn noise
Yeah the sunroof does have alot of wind noise. I only run with mine open when crusing back roads and where I live that is what I drive 90% of the time and dont go over 50
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Love my sunroof and love my rear slider.

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well now that i think of it the noise doesnt bother me as much as the damn sun hanging straight down.. if its a cloudy day ill rock the sunroof open... but even with sunglasses on and a bright sun it pisses me off haha

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I'd love to have a sunroof in my truck, just to be able to have the sun comign in the truck on a nice cool fall day, but unfortunately due to the sunroof eating up 3 inches of head room, I cant have it. Being tall does have its disadvantages

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Yeah the sunroof does have alot of wind noise. I only run with mine open when crusing back roads and where I live that is what I drive 90% of the time and dont go over 50
I use my sunroof 90% of the time. If I am in the city and not on the freeway I can run with it wide open with very little noise. On the freeway I will keep it in the "up" position as it is a little quieter.

It only starts to make a lot of noise when your up over 40mph. I found that wide open its not bad until the air deflector starts bouncing from the air going over it- If you reach up and hold the deflector then there is very little noise. In the "up" position it has a fair amount of wind whistle. Now, if you have a rear sliding window you can open it in the "up" position voila...things get quiet again. This is how I drive the highway..and then I crank up the music and forget about it!!!

Hence why I need the electric slider window.

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I love my sunroof too. Makes me feel happy inside... haha

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