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Temperature Display
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As designed I assume, by some lunatic nanny Frenchman, the temperature display in my 09 XTR flashes when the temp drops to 3DegC or below.

Is there any way beyond switching the display to 'dark' or resorting to covering it with tape to get rid of this really annoying flashing temperature display that I seem to constantly see out of the corner of my left eye.

PS -I can't afford to move to where the temp does not ever drop below 3DegC.

Thanks in anticipation
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#2
A cheaper option than moving house how about an eye patch or tape on the left lens on glasses.
Are we there yet????? No we fecking ain`t  gggggrrrrrrr
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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#3
Mine stops flashing at -4 and lower. You just need to move to a place with a proper winter Big Grin
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP.  Persamos green.

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#4
Just in case you might forget the display will also inform you of 'risk of ice'....Confusedcratch:
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#5
A prancing Jack frost, snowman or Robin would be nice!
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(16-01-2013, 10:56 PM)ouradventure Wrote:  As designed I assume, by some lunatic nanny Frenchman, the temperature display in my 09 XTR flashes when the temp drops to 3DegC or below.

Is there any way beyond switching the display to 'dark' or resorting to covering it with tape to get rid of this really annoying flashing temperature display that I seem to constantly see out of the corner of my left eye.

PS -I can't afford to move to where the temp does not ever drop below 3DegC.

Thanks in anticipation

Easy! Just stand your beer in front of the display!!:woop::whistle:
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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#7
Today, I went out and had a play with the display settings.
If you go into the menu, and scroll to "display" - then to "temperature"
Change the setting to "fahrenheit" then press "OK"
The setting will be changed.
Won't stop the flashing but you do feel alot warmer at 32deg F and below!!!!
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#8
Put an in-car DVD player screen on the dash.
If you pick a good title you wont notice the frost warning.
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#9
The sensor is in the door mirror. Move it to somewhere inside the car so you still see the correct temperature when you start off but it'll warm up with the interior of the car.
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#10
(27-01-2013, 10:34 AM)Fletch Wrote:  The sensor is in the door mirror. Move it to somewhere inside the car so you still see the correct temperature when you start off but it'll warm up with the interior of the car.

The downside is that if you turn on your A/C in the summer you'll get the ICE WARNING instead!!!!:lol:
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