How do I turned off door open beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep ? I cant seem to figure out where to do this..............
I caved and took it to the dealer for warranty repair. It had also a few times took a few attempts to crank to start. Basically nothing happened when I pressed the button to start. When I got there the beeper was silent when I opened the door (normal). So something happened by getting it up to road speed. I had tried putting it in gear and got up to about 5 MPH in the driveway with no change. :shrug:I got mine working after downloading the software since I can not read mini CDs. Did the special install of XP Mode on my WIN7/64 home Premium machine. Then installed the new driver. I also stalled a little on remembering to turn on the USB port on the virtual machine. Whew, a few hoops to jump thru
I made a few changes, like the Auto A/C on and seat belt alert chime off. I did not find a setting for what is somewhat annoying..... I get warming chime every time I go to exit the car. Just as if I had left the lights on. I can not figure out what is causing it. It does not matter if I have my foot on the brake or not when turning off the ignition (smart key) and does not stop after I exit the car with the fob. Basically, whenever the door is open and the ign. is off. Any ideas?
Nope, the hardware just isn't there for that feature. The new 2013, however, does have distance to empty.Great post. I've been considering the Techstream software for a while. Question - is it possible to select DTE (distance to empty) in place of either outside temperature, instantaneous mpg, or average mpg? Thanks.
I'm in the same Mac boat. I am hoping to install Techstream on my MacBook Air. I can first install Windows 7 Ultimate in 32 bit mode on my Mac using Boot Camp.Then I hope to install the driver and Techstream. Should work. Anybody try this yet on a Mac?PC with 32 bit OS only. Unless there is some sort of emulator? The biggest issue is with the adapter driver.
I wonder if it can be used with 64-bit. That would be very useful for me as I don't want to use XP mode in Windows 7 64-bit.A couple of vendors are selling version V8.00.034 now...
Yes, it will give you detailed information in plain English. And not just OBDII codes, but ABS/VSC codes, transmission codes, etc.Pardon my ignorance, but will the software give me detailed information when one of the dashboard lights (check engine, etc.) comes on, or do I still have to try to decipher OBDII codes?