The battery still drains.. but really slowly.
I've done a 5 hour trip and even while plugged in, it still lasted until the end of the trip. I...
I have a Nexus 7 that I use with a Bluetooth OBDII adapter.. friggin awesome.
I just use my fingers.. *shrug*
I think they look pretty nice.
I would be interested in checking them out.
to add to my previous post, since i did mention MGM was not my personal favorite due to its visibility issues during overcast or poor weather...
is it possible? probably.
will it be practical, reasonable, and/or too much a pain in the ass for it done?
would i do it?
best is citrus orange mica metallic.
worst.. is a grey or silver.. too dull.. blends in with the rest of the cars on the road.. and in poor weather...
uhh.. sure.. they're both made to draw attention...
but there's good attention.. and then there's the wtf?! not appropriate.. attention.
as if truck drivers weren't already compensating... yea..
my gripe about that location is how or if it will affect airflow for the traction battery...
and what kinda sucks is i've moved further north.. I just moved to Vallejo a few weeks ago.. lol.. eep.
look at your tire stem on the wheel.. it's metal, yah? it's because it's part of the tpms unit.
soldering rework on surface mount devices.. yea. i don't think it's that difficult.. but then again.. i've been doing this for a while.
i personally tapped into the wires for the light bulb that illuminates the shifter..
seemed much more easier, and it's a central location to branch...
omg.. what did i start? lol... :confused:
if that spot is the "TAIL" fuse (i can't confirm as I don't have the manual in front of me).. then i don't see that being a problem.
pfft.. i was able to pull apart the rear seat in a manner of minutes. it's not difficult.. and even if you see the enclosure of the traction...
ehh.. it'll be fine.. but you should fix that habit.
(that's what she said)
you can try that spot. yes.
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