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So here is another little something I just found out the other day. Has anyone tried to honk their horn with their car off? Mine doesn't work, as I found out while trying to get someone's attention. Is this yet another "safety feature", I'm guessing, to save us from draining the battery?

On another note, I've been wanting to mention about the lever for the turn signals. I really like how, if you give it a quick half push (up or down), it will signal the light 3 times. I find it very useful when switching lanes or any other quick turn. If you haven't tried it, give it a whirl!

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Chewbacca said:
So here is another little something I just found out the other day. Has anyone tried to honk their horn with their car off? Mine doesn't work, as I found out while trying to get someone's attention. Is this yet another "safety feature", I'm guessing, to save us from draining the battery?

On another note, I've been wanting to mention about the lever for the turn signals. I really like how, if you give it a quick half push (up or down), it will signal the light 3 times. I find it very useful when switching lanes or any other quick turn. If you haven't tried it, give it a whirl!

Chewy

Yes, the owners manual is pretty cool. Check it out!

You can even program your car to chime at you in 30 seconds intervals if you leave the blinker on too long. :wave:
 

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Seriously? I must have missed that.
 

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The horn works in the acc. position. I also like that the acc. position is in between the on/off positions. It doesn't interrupt the radio if you want to listen a bit after shutting the car off.
 
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