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Old 04-29-2008, 04:19 PM
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Things the dealer can change?

Hey probably going to the dealership this week (in another city) and was wondering what types of electronical things can they change?
I hear they can get rid of the annoying auto-lock is there anything else? worth getting done?
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Old 04-29-2008, 08:14 PM
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They can turn on daytime running lights and the auto-unlock when you use the door handles i.e. it will unlock and open the door in one pull of the handle. Mine is the other way around but im used to it.
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You should ask them for a list because I didn't and missed a few of them, being that they charge so much for doing it all at the same time. One thing I missed ,to unlock all the doors with one remote button push.
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There are a lot of things the dealer can change, and they're listed in the owner's manual.

Off the top of my head:

One-press unlocking of both doors and the boot.

Convenience opening of the windows and/or sunroof from the remote.

Whether or not the doors auto-lock above a certain speed

Whether the doors auto-unlock when you take the keys out of the ignition.

How long the headlamps stay on when you activate the "pathway lighting"

If you have the Park Distance Control option, the volume of the warning beeps can be adjusted. You can also have the system beep once when you shift into reverse, even if there are no obstacles behind you.

The sensitivity of the rain-sensing wipers (if installed) can be adjusted.

The temperature of the heated seats can be adjusted (although that's not a simple software configuration change).
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so went today and they showed me what they could change which was only a few things
disable the auto lock after a certain speed
enable the headlights to stay on for like 40 secs after the car is turned off
the daytime headlights
and i think that was it =( so i got the auto locking disabled but they did it for free so that was good.
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