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Alicatt



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Memory function

Just noticed today that with the diffrent keyfobs when activating the lazy entry it also will change the display mode from miles to km depending what was last set when you used the car last. My key was used with km/h and the SWMBO last used the car in the UK and was using mph. When she took us all out for a drive today the dash / sat nav reverted back to mph and miles per gallon. She then locked the car and I opened it with my key and it came back up in km/h and l/100km.
Intresting and not documented in the handbook. Sons of dogs come hither and get flesh
Clan Cameron

Post #146725 Wed Nov 28 2007 8:48pm
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shmoogle



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Didn't know that either - good spot! Thumbs Up 

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Socketuser



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How do you turn off lazy entry.
RRS 62 plate

Post #587033 Mon Sep 16 2019 6:08am
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Col



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You can't because it doesn't have it on a 62 plate car, it went out in 2009 with the pre facelift cars. It's now called Entry & Exit mode controlled by rotary switch on steering column just turn to off position.

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Col

Post #587034 Mon Sep 16 2019 6:18am
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