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post #1 of 7 Old 01-19-2010, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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Heated tow mirrors

I am looking at getting the Kool Vue heated tow mirrors, but don't have a switch to power them. Has any one here for a switch to use. I want ti find one that will turn off on it's own after a set amount of time. Any info on the switch or feedback on the Kool Vue mirrors would be great.
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id say you could on a togle. but dude post a pic of that truck

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I don't want to use just a standard toggle. I want it to time off after a set amout of tim. No need to run the heated mirrors all the time. I will most likly forget to turn them off. Here is a link to the truck 2006 Ford Six-Door. Not mine but I wish it was.
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Any body put these aftermarket mirrors on and wire them up?
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You might look into a rear defrost switch for a car, those are timed..

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That is all I can find right now. I seen a pic one time of sombody doing this and using what looks like one for a semi. It looked really cool but I have not been able to find one.
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I did the mirrors but they are on all the time. Thats how the come from the factory just do that

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