I am tempted to just get in touch with a civil lawyer. I have been the route of contacting Daimler, contacting Better Business Bureau, contacting FTC, and was just blown off.<quoted text>
File a complaint on the Daimler/Chtysler site. They are "reviewing" my complaint.
Apparently, this is not some major defect to them, even though it is common knowledge they have used garbage for components.
I personally, have experienced hypothermia while driving, and my windows ice up in some conditions and have to pull over on the highway to scrape them off. But, according to those that oversee these complaints, it is a comfort issue rather than safety. They must not have spent much time up here in the Northwest to understand peoples bodies freeze, and it is actually easier to see out of a window that is not covered in ice, and standing on the edge of a dark highway scaping windshields is a bit stressful. But, at least they saved money on cheap parts when they built my Jeep, as well as all the other Jeeps that have the same problem.
Good luck with your dealings with Daimler. I know I won't buy another product from them.