I have it too but it is actually for the side mirrors not the rear windowI have a rear window defrost icon on the screen in my truck which lights up when pressed. How does it actually defrost the rear window as I see no embedded wires nor feel a blower on the window?
I gotta check my build sheet. It is helpful. Considering my window was completely fogged during the snow storm we just got. The only way to defrost it was the heat on full blast and I almost died.I bought my truck off of the lot and it did come with a rear window defroster as you can see the embedded lines running across it. Must be an option that you can add to it, will try to take a picture of it tomorrow.
Its a Pace Edwards Switchblade Retractable Tonneau. Pretty easy to install and is fairly water tight, getting a very little bit of water in around the tailgate more noticeable when pressure washing it, posted up some more pictures in my gallery:@Granite rebel, what type of Tonneau cover do you have? Thanks.
Had a jackrabbit and like the switchblade I have on my rebel so much better. Amazing how PE uplays the jackrabbit over the switchbladeIts a Pace Edwards Switchblade Retractable Tonneau. Pretty easy to install and works pretty good, posted up some more pictures in my gallery:
The red trim is Vinyl. Lol you should never listen to ANYTHING a salesman says!Mine has rear window and mirrors. You'll see the typical wires in window. I'm disappointed in the heated seat. Heats back and bottom, but not the part that is not cloth. Freezes your legs. By the way, what is the material of our seats? Sales man told me that was leather. I think not!
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It was very obvious that it wasn't leather. One thing I wanted was leather seats. Easier to clean boxer dog hair. But after seeing the Rebel, I fell in love with it. Tough to keep up with vacuuming it, but with all the other great thing with this truck, it's worth dealing with.The red trim is Vinyl. Lol you should never listen to ANYTHING a salesman says!