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Old 05-01-2014, 03:47 PM
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Default Rear Window Heater - Time Delay to Off

The rear window heater in my 2011 28i X3 automatically turns off exactly 10 minutes after starting it. I would preferably like to eliminate this delay or at least extend as long as possible. Is this a codable parameter?

In the summer, during humid nights or humid overcast days, the rear window fogs up immediately if heat is not applied. Certainly the rear window wiper can continue to wipe it clean but heat is a much more elegant solution. It just gets very tiresome to notice the rear window fogged up every ten minutes. Also, I noticed this past winter, during very cold snowy sleety days, running the rear window heater continuously was useful in helping the wiper keep it clear and, again, the ten minute delay to off became annoying.

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