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Detailed Description of the Preferred Embodiment

 9. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 6, having a standard sentry mode wherein the deactivation process involves:

a) said 72-hour clock expiring; and

b) deactivating said standard sentry mode.

10. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 6, having a standard sentry mode wherein the temperature sensing and reverting process involves:

a) temperature sensor indicating that the outside temperature is above freezing;

b) standard sentry mode entering standby mode;

c) said temperature sensor indicating that the outside temperature is at or below freezing; and

d) system reverting to standard sentry mode

11. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 6, having a standard sentry mode wherein the deactivation process involves:

a) engine being turned on; and

b) deactivating standard sentry mode.

12. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 5, having an automatic sentry mode wherein the activation process involves:

a) the user turning off the engine;

b) said temperature sensor indicating that the outside temperature is at or below the freezing level; and

c) system entering automatic sentry mode.

13. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 5, having an automatic sentry mode wherein the operational process involves:

a) precipitation sensor indicating that snow is falling;

b) said gas tubes emitting infrared heat with a gradual temperature increase;

c) temperature of said infrared heat varying accordingly with the outside temperature; and

d) infrared heat melting the snow thus preventing it from accumulating on the exterior surface of said vehicle.

14. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 12, having an automatic sentry mode wherein the temperature sensing and reverting process involves:

a) said temperature sensor indicating that the outside temperature is above freezing;

b) automatic sentry mode entering standby mode;

c) temperature sensor indicating that the outside temperature is at of below freezing; and

d) system reverts to automatic sentry mode.

15. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 12, having an automatic sentry mode wherein the deactivation process involves:

a) turning on the engine; and

b) deactivating automatic sentry mode.

16. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 12, having an automatic sentry mode wherein the evaporation and reactivation process involves:

a) said precipitation sensor indicating stop of snowfall for a predetermined duration;

b) system entering evaporation mode;

c) infrared heat evaporating all water from glass and metal surfaces;

d) evaporation mode shutting off after all water is evaporated; and

e) reactivating automatic sentry mode.

17. An automotive ice and snow eliminator as recited in claim 5, having an ice buster mode wherein enabling and operation thereof involves;

a) turning the engine off;

b) pressing said ice buster icon on said remote unit;

c) said temperature sensor indicating that outside temperature is below 45 degrees Fahrenheit;

d) said gas tubes emitting infrared heat with a gradual temperature increase;

e) ice buster feature operating until all snow and ice is melted;

f) system entering evaporation mode;

g) said infrared heat evaporating all water from glass and metal surfaces; and

h) evaporation mode shutting off after all water is evaporated.

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