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Old 10-15-2004, 02:55 PM
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hey, just realized that my car doesn't make a peep when I leave the headlights on and turn off the engine/open the door. is this normal? Can't imagine that it would be, but figured that I'd ask here first. THANKS!!
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they turn off automatically
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*edit* since I have a box I dont know ____ about the tC :oops: *edit*
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edit: Crap. Now I'm getting as bad as my gf with not reading directions... hopped back in the car and it looked like the lights on the dash were still on. Figured that the main lights were still on as well. :oops:
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I don't think mine make any noise at all either. In fact I left them on yesterday when I went in to work. I came out 8 hours later and the car started right up with no problem and the lights were off. So, yes they must turn off automatically like was mentioned.
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Is it me or does it seem TC owners are not to bright?????
Read the manual, or have someone read it to you....
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Originally Posted by Cybergypsy
Is it me or does it seem TC owners are not to bright?????
Read the manual, or have someone read it to you....
Most tC owners are young and this is often their first car.

If tC owners are so beneath you why do you waste your time in the tC forum?
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Old 10-15-2004, 03:37 PM
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Originally Posted by hawkeye
Originally Posted by Cybergypsy
Is it me or does it seem TC owners are not to bright?????
Read the manual, or have someone read it to you....
Most tC owners are young and this is often their first car.

If tC owners are so beneath you why do you waste your time in the tC forum?
Im young but I still read my manual that so many people dont bother to even touch...
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Originally Posted by TheDanger
Originally Posted by hawkeye
Originally Posted by Cybergypsy
Is it me or does it seem TC owners are not to bright?????
Read the manual, or have someone read it to you....
Most tC owners are young and this is often their first car.

If tC owners are so beneath you why do you waste your time in the tC forum?
Im young but I still read my manual that so many people dont bother to even touch...
See thats's what i mean, you read the manual, cover to cover...and that is awesome....but others just are not to bright....I dont hang on the TC page, I am on the front home page...so grow up...and never said they were beneath me....but soooooo many dumb questions!!!!!

Sorry but it's true....
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Old 10-15-2004, 04:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Cybergypsy
wah wah wah, i'm an attention *****...


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Old 10-15-2004, 04:25 PM
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another TC owner....LOL
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Old 10-15-2004, 04:49 PM
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Why don't the xB headlights turn off automatically like in the tC? Anyone know how to modify them to turn off when the key is removed?
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As said above, they turn off automatically when you open the car door. Also, if you turn the car off, you can operate the roof until you open the door.

It's a smart car.
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Originally Posted by techwolf
As said above, they turn off automatically when you open the car door. Also, if you turn the car off, you can operate the roof until you open the door.

It's a smart car.
I thought I read in the manual that the roof operates for 43 seconds after you turn off the engine?
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Originally Posted by lebshiff21
Originally Posted by techwolf
As said above, they turn off automatically when you open the car door. Also, if you turn the car off, you can operate the roof until you open the door.

It's a smart car.
I thought I read in the manual that the roof operates for 43 seconds after you turn off the engine?
Aha!!! From the manual located right here on my desk: "If both side doors are closed, it works for 43 seconds even after the ignition switch is turned off. It stops working when either side door is opened."

See???? Manual *is* good for something.
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Ah, ok: 43 seconds. I never tried it after that long.
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43 seconds is a strange number... wonder how the engineers came up with that?
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Originally Posted by hawkeye
43 seconds is a strange number... wonder how the engineers came up with that?
probably some round number in metric.
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seriously Cybergypsy, why do you have to crap on just about all tc threads? find yourself something better to do.
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