Here in New England, we have everything from snow, ice, slush, frozen snow/slush/ice-layers, and "black ice". It get's pretty messy and cold - the nor'easters bring us any combination of precipitation during the winter.
With that said, I am a firm believer in dedicated winter tires. Several...
Agreed, they are angled too forward for my taste. I wish the head restraints/headrests were adjustable. My wife has a '17 Subaru Forester XT, and those headrests are adjustable to different angles for comfort, while remaining compliant with safety standards.
The rear vents work according to the temperature of the front passenger setting. It works in any mode where the dash vents are blowing, but is weakest in dual mode (upper and lower front vents) and strongest in upper/dash only mode.
All the time... force of habit.
I realized I was doing it when I was driving with my wife in her Forester -- she saw me Jeep-wave and she said "Who was that, do we know them?"
Like I said, it's a force of habit and part of the club.
And it still happens when I'm not driving my Jeep.
OP says Jeep dealer is ordering and installing everything -- aside from $$ for all the parts, I wonder how much they are charging for all the labor. Installing the parts yourself is one thing, but the $$ spent on labor (especially from a dealer) can get pretty hefty.
I checked it out yesterday afternoon -- and yes, I have those wires positioned like that. They're not visible from the normal cockpit seat position, but if I get right up close to the windshield and look up, I can see them. My guess is that the ACC sensors/cameras? need a clear view of the...
What exactly is the "..equipment to be able to fold the windshield down.."? What is this equipment that your Sky One Touch Sahara came with?
An earlier poster stated that the manual stated that folding down the windshield wasn't recommended because it could damage some seals....