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Old 09-19-2005, 12:49 AM   #21
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My SSEi was a fleet vehicle for a company executive for it'* first 5 years.
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GM does funny things with fleet vehicles... i know they made a 2003 sunfire sedan to fleet customers, not to the public... it had the new front and interior, with the old body stye back end..
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GM does funny things with fleet vehicles... i know they made a 2003 sunfire sedan to fleet customers, not to the public... it had the new front and interior, with the old body stye back end..
boy that would be werid

and will i have Power going to my Heated windshield Fuse in the Fuse block....I run all the interior neons from it.....
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I have power going to it also. I run my windshield from it.

Funny, right after an ice storm a couple years ago, Jseabert and his Mom were out front when I came out to make a Taco Bell run. 3 days locked up in the house was too much. They were saying "where the hell do you think you're going with all that ice on the car?"

There'* a pic of it here somewhere from the inside. I was gone in under a minute. I pushed the entire 1/2" sheet of ice off the WS in one piece after the heat broke it loose.
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yea i know how well they work. i have it on the jaguar..... altho it takes about 3 minutes with the jaguar to kick in... i have a seperate switch.. WONDERFUL for michigan winters..
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to my knowledge the only bonnys with heated windshields that got a seperate button were the 92s..?
Bill, i remember the picture, I would LOVE to have that option on mine..i cant count how many times i have been out there swearing at my stupid plastic ice scraper. All for the taco bell.
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the 93'* also had the button
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Apparently not all of them.

I've never checked to see when mine comes on. It'* either with the front or rear defrost. I always turn both on at the same time in those situations.
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Bill do you ahve C50 on your RPO sticker?
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i think that for insurance reasons the SSESC is actually cheaper than a SSEI because its not listed as SC'd....You could get a SSESC stripped down(almost like and SE or loaded up like an SSEi....

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Not true. Insurance goes by the VIN. As soon as Code 1 comes up, you have the higher rate. Regardless of badging.
Ahhh Thankyou..... When I bought my 95 SE in 98, the first thing State farm looked at was the Vin on the car.... I aked what he was looking for, and he said 8th didget... He said if it was a 1 it was going to cost me more... He said " ahh your lucky, its a k... But I have driven a few vin k'*, and they aren't what I consider slow "... That guy had me laughing

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