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Old 11-05-2023, 05:43 PM   #1
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2023 Seneca Window shades

Recently purchased a 2023 Seneca 37k and in came with window shades. The shade for the windshield is obvious how to put in, but my wife and I can't figure out the shades for the driver and passenger windows. We see they are marked and feel what seems to be magnets in some corners but yet to figure out how to mount them. Any insight?
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Sounds like you figured out the front but I’ll add than you can flip the visors down to hold the front one in place. For the doors, they are marked with a tag for drivers and passenger but in cold weather we face dark side out to absorb heat and in hot weather, light out to reflect heat. Putting up the door shades is as simple as opening the door and sticking the cover on the frame with the magnets inside and then just close the door on them. You do have to make sure you close the door solid so the dome light doesn’t stay on if it’s ajar.
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Sounds like you figured out the front but I’ll add than you can flip the visors down to hold the front one in place. For the doors, they are marked with a tag for drivers and passenger but in cold weather we face dark side out to absorb heat and in hot weather, light out to reflect heat. Putting up the door shades is as simple as opening the door and sticking the cover on the frame with the magnets inside and then just close the door on them. You do have to make sure you close the door solid so the dome light doesn’t stay on if it’s ajar.
Thank you for the insight. I was wondering if it had to go on the door jam or not. When I go to where I stor it next weekend ( I run the engine and generator for a little bit each month while in storage to keep everything lubercated) I will try what you suggested. Do the magnets go on the door itself or the chassis ( there by closing the door on it) ?
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Thank you for the insight. I was wondering if it had to go on the door jam or not. When I go to where I stor it next weekend ( I run the engine and generator for a little bit each month while in storage to keep everything lubercated) I will try what you suggested. Do the magnets go on the door itself or the chassis ( there by closing the door on it) ?
Yiu open the door and attach it to the door frame itself, over the window. Once you do it you’ll see how it fits.
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Wanted to thank you for the help. I was able to make it out to the storage lot and did like you suggested. They popped right into place like you said. At first I thought you ment to hang it from the top of the door frame, but the shape wasn't right.. then it clicked. Sandwich between the door and chassis frame. Easy peazzy
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