A few new things I learned about my JLU today

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I don't have ANY TROUBLES--

If I touch ANY OF THE DASH BUTTONS "ONE TIME"
I get ACTION--

No Problemo

W,E,

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I call this my Pre-Flight Check and it can be really annoying in the winter:

Step 1 - Turn off the radio because the radio always turns itself on when I start the car regardless of whether or not I was listening to it;
Step 2 - Turn off the heated wheel. It's really unnecessary above freezing.
Step 3 - Turn off the heated seats. This requires the button to be pushed 3 times. Again really unnecessary above freezing;
Step 4 - Turn off the ESS;
Step 5 - Turn off Traction control if conditions warrant controlling the power to the wheels myself;
Step 6 - Set the cabin temp, fan speed and vent location (or maybe just hit auto).

So after I've pressed 8-10 buttons I check the flap settings and get pushed back out of my driveway for departure.
My husband watches me leave in the morning and wonders what takes me so long to go. I tried to explain then gave up! lol
 

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I call this my Pre-Flight Check and it can be really annoying in the winter:

Step 1 - Turn off the radio because the radio always turns itself on when I start the car regardless of whether or not I was listening to it;
Step 2 - Turn off the heated wheel. It's really unnecessary above freezing.
Step 3 - Turn off the heated seats. This requires the button to be pushed 3 times. Again really unnecessary above freezing;
Step 4 - Turn off the ESS;
Step 5 - Turn off Traction control if conditions warrant controlling the power to the wheels myself;
Step 6 - Set the cabin temp, fan speed and vent location (or maybe just hit auto).

So after I've pressed 8-10 buttons I check the flap settings and get pushed back out of my driveway for departure.
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I have a Sport :) saves me the trouble of having to memorize and read a book on features LOL
 
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