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Old 04-04-2013, 12:29 PM   #1
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Installed MCD shades in cockpit area

Well I finally got rid of the pleated wrap around shades that were such a pain. I installed power windshield day/night shades and manual day/night shades over drivers door window and the passengers window. Also had valiances built for side windows. Saved between $650 to $800 in installation fees.


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Looks Great!! Is there a switch to raise & lower or a remote??
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My wife would love this on our side windows! Did you run a new feed for power or borrow for another source?
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There are two switches for the windshield shades, one for the day and one for the night. The side shades are manual. I tide the power into the fuse box under the dash. I looked at my owners manual and found a fuse that was a 12 volt feed as recommended. Jtermini 30, if you need info I can help, but MCD techs are very helpful. It really wasn't that difficult to install, so if you have any mech/ carpentry skills save yourself some money and do it yoursel. Drive down here to NC and I'd be glad to give you a hand.

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