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Re: Avoiding Certain Drivers

Postby danovercash » Mon Dec 31, 2012 11:36 am

When the heater motor quit working in my Rabbit pickup, I found that Rain-X windshield washer fluid saved the day. Ice melting plus water beading. Still using it today in the S-10.
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Re: Avoiding Certain Drivers

Postby bob in CT » Mon Dec 31, 2012 3:01 pm

danovercash wrote:When the heater motor quit working in my Rabbit pickup, I found that Rain-X windshield washer fluid saved the day. Ice melting plus water beading. Still using it today in the S-10.


Could have used that in my 1966 Scout. Anemic heater, vacuum wipers, and if I taped up all the vents except the one in front of the driver, I could get a reliable softball sized patch of defrosted windshield in an ice storm.


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