Author Topic: That pesky low fuel warning and the disappearance of the range function.  (Read 95704 times)

Offline blue72beetle

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Do you have the low fuel eliminators available?

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Thanks. The should is much better and continues to improve but it has been such a long road that for a while I was convinced it was not and never would heal. But slowly (over six months now) the discomfort has lessened and the range of motion has improved.

Then again, I have found what is apparently a very good physical therapy routine- lots of shooting followed by lots of reloading. Hey, not my fault the most effective P.T. is a prime pastime of mine, right?

 ;D :thumbs:

Brian

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I hope you get well soon.
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Yes. The web link is down though so I have been selling them directly through PayPal. Shoot me an email (top left of this page I believe) and I will respond.

Brian

Do you have the low fuel eliminators available?
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...any bypass for the TPMS "Low Battery" flashing ???
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Offline B.D.F.

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That one is quite a bit more difficult to interrupt / alter. It could be done but it would be prohibitively expensive.

You can turn it off manually though using this sequence:
Press and hold the top button on the dash
Press and release the bottom button
Release the top button.

This will clear the warning and turn on the red LED on the left hand side of the dash (the general 'warning' light). And you have to do it for every error (twice if both tire pressure sensors are showing low battery, for example) and every time the ignition is turned on. Not slick but at least you can get rid of that flashing LCD screen.

Brian

...any bypass for the TPMS "Low Battery" flashing ???
Homo Sapiens Sapiens and just a tad of Neanderthal but it usually does not show....  My Private mail is blocked; it is not you, it is me, just like that dating partner said all those years ago. Please send an e-mail if you want to contact me privately.

KiPass keeping you up at night? Fuel gauge warning burning your retinas? Get unlimited peace and harmony here: www.incontrolne.com