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Old 06-20-2012, 05:02 PM
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Fuse 39 Mirrors and White Stuff

Bad title I guess! haha. I washed my truck today and had it running while I dried it. Before I got to the mirrors they already had the white water marks from the heater.

I pulled the headed mirror fuse for the summer.... Anyone else do this? Wish it was on a switch like the new ones. Although they also have totaly dumb rear window defroster too.
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I did a heated mirror switch. Do a search. I ''m on my phone and can't link it.
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Try. "Installed heated mirror switch " and add "loubell" that was the Guy that did a write up.
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Here is the link:

I installed a heated mirror switch - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums

He did it one way. Then I did some research and did it a different way. Your choice.
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Nice! THX~!
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I never thought about pulling the fuse for the mirrors. I'm going to have to do that. I always pull the fuse for the seat heaters in the summer though. I tend to accidentally turn them on and then get pissed off when I'm even hotter in the 95 degree weather.
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I never thought about pulling the fuse for the mirrors. I'm going to have to do that. I always pull the fuse for the seat heaters in the summer though. I tend to accidentally turn them on and then get pissed off when I'm even hotter in the 95 degree weather.
I also was doing that.

Installed LEDs in the console so I know when I have them on.

A person named benchwrench did this.

http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/79...ndicators.html
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