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Old 07-17-2007, 06:52 PM   #1
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I like reading old articles, and I came across this one by accident. Just something interesting to read while bored:

http://findarticles.com/p/articles/m...27/ai_11136870

Heated windshield? Was that only featured on the 92 model year?
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92 and 93. It was a very hard to come by option, and I believe was only available when someone ordered a car at the dealer, as my uncle started looking for a SSEi in 92, and none on the lots had the heated windshield.
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I wonder why GM didn't continue to provide this option or make it standard. Such a thing really comes in handy in the winter and would be considered a safety feature.
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i believe wren has a heated windshield and a pic showing it. also i noticed even on my SE the fuse box cover has a label for the heated windshield
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I believe that Sandrocks 93 also has the heated windshield

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Wren and myself have the only Bonnes on this forum with that feature. 93'* had that option too, but was switched via the rear defroster instead of having a dedicated switch.

What makes NO sense to me is that my '93 was originally sold here in Florida.
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My dad'* 92 SSEi had a heated windshield before it got totaled (white curse).

Of course, I guess it was to be expected. It was originally a company car specifically bought to impress and I know they bought to top-of-the-line package.
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Mine was originally a company executive'* car. Given to him when he retired, I bought it from his widow.
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While we were out at NEBF, jr's3800 noticed that I have not only a spot for the fuse, but I also have the fuse in the spot...... We looked around a little bit, but didn't really find anything with it though. Still makes me wonder
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