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#61
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Time for some LEDram action. I got my stuff when your home.

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Congrats on the new ride. So, what vehicle will your wonderful wife get to drive?

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Congrats on the new ride. So, what vehicle will your wonderful wife get to drive?


lol ::bigsmile::

Jared (KJ6MQI)
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Congrats on the new ride. So, what vehicle will your wonderful wife get to drive?


Yeah, laugh it up but that might not be far from the truth. So far we have had enough issues to mar the whole car buying process and they aren't stopping. So there is now a defect in the front window tint, most likely from something internal to the door scraping it (it is in line with where the damage was done). waiting to hear from the dealer on that. the the one touch window up isn't working on the same front passenger door as the tint defect, and just today Kylie tells me that the headrest is too far forward and is giving her neck pain. some google fu shows that this is a known issue for some people and there is no way to adjust it. As I have poor posture I haven't noticed it. So if we can't make it a comfortable driver for Kylie then it will have to……..well, we all know you can't get rid of a Rover. Anyways, been a long first week of ownership. I would just keep it for my DD but I love my BMW and I can't have 2 DD's (in addition to the CT and the Jag). She is on a road trip, this will most likely be the determining factor, if the trip goes well and she is comfortable, it can stay, otherwise, I just can't bring myself to type it, too hard..sniff….tear on the keyboard.

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08 BMW 550i
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1963 Jaguar MK2 3.8 litre


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I can't remember the secret code, but the one touch up can be reprogrammed by a combination of lowering and raising the window and holding the switch. I think you just run it down fully then back up fully and continue to hold the switch in the up position for another 10 seconds. Something like that anyway.

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Don that's what I read so I will do that when Kylie gets home. Thanks. Gotta figure out this headrest issue tho.

Chris KK6CQE

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08 BMW 550i
2013 Discovery 4, Black Pack, NCLR sticker as only modification….for now
1963 Jaguar MK2 3.8 litre


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I never use the head rest. Does my truck come with one..... Huh.

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It does, you just aren't tall enough to need it

Chris KK6CQE

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08 BMW 550i
2013 Discovery 4, Black Pack, NCLR sticker as only modification….for now
1963 Jaguar MK2 3.8 litre


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Boom!

Don
'07 LR3 HSE/HD - slightly non-stock

'96 D1 - even more non-stock


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Ouch Chris. My LED's hurt.

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it does, you just aren't tall enough to need it


rofl - But I shouldn't laugh… I can't reach it either. - lol

Enrique
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