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Old 05-27-2008, 01:57 AM
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where is power rear slider switch located?

on the 99-04 SD?
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Old 05-27-2008, 01:59 AM
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it was offered??? i thought it was 05+.....
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better add the 05-07 location to the question then
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The switch is on the dash right hand lower side. Sorry but I dont have pics.
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Old 05-27-2008, 07:38 AM
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My 04 has it .
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On my 06 it is in the middle of the dash just under the backup alarm shut off button..

Here is a picture.... It is just under the air vent and above the shift ****..

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see, shows you what i know, i have an excursion. i should have stayed out of this one. sorry.
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Mine's in pretty much the same spot as Donjamer's. A little further right because I have the ESOF switch there (don't have reverse sensors though). I love th rear slider and use it all the time.

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Does anybody know if they made a plate like that for the rear window but without the ESOF and parking sensor? So it would only have the window switch in it?
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My 04 has the rear slider and has a panel for the switch located similar to Beerstalkers. I also added after market backup sensors and placed the on/off switch in the same panel.
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duh, i forgot that i had this dash cover in my basement. i bought it when i thought i could update mine in my excursion. i still have it and its for sale......cheapppp. here is a pic.

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I'm sure FTEPartsGuy could figure out what the part is. What exactly are you trying to do? What year truck are you working on? This panel won't fit in the 99-04 dash if you are thinking of doing that.
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I test drove an 05 F350 last December and I believe it had the panel with just the slider switch on it.

Not to hijack the thread, but does anyone know if there is a kit to add power to the rear slider? I have the slider, but would really like to install a power switch to it if it is possible.
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I'm sure FTEPartsGuy could figure out what the part is. What exactly are you trying to do? What year truck are you working on? This panel won't fit in the 99-04 dash if you are thinking of doing that.

WHAT? I can do it!

what do you need?

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I test drove an 05 F350 last December and I believe it had the panel with just the slider switch on it.

Not to hijack the thread, but does anyone know if there is a kit to add power to the rear slider? I have the slider, but would really like to install a power switch to it if it is possible.
The power sliding rear window is a whole different window than the manual sliding rear window. You would have to replace the window and possibly run all the wiring as well as installing the switch.

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WHAT? I can do it!



what do you need?



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He is looking for the little dash insert where the ESOF, Reverse Aid, and power sliding window switches go on the 05-07 trucks. He only wants the one with a cutout for the power sliding switch though, not the ESOF or Reverse Aid cutouts.
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