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Old 05-23-2012, 09:17 PM
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Can the quick turn signal be reprogrammed from 3 to 5 or some other number of flashed? I could make this change on a previous VW Touareg.
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Old 05-24-2012, 11:12 AM
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i have been wondering the same thing. seems like 5 flashes would be a better time than just 3. Might want to check in the manual but i dont think it could be changed
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Old 05-24-2012, 11:33 AM
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It does flash longer when you have a trailer connected. But I don't think it can be changed.
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The three-flash feature (we have it on our car) takes a while to adapt to, but is a nice feature. What I can't figure out is why they changed the lever to activate the bright lights by pulling all the way back instead of pushing forewords like it's been forever...I consider that a step backwards. A couple of times I've flashed the brights to alert someone cutting me off and turned them on inadvertently.
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I wonder if you can just plug in a wire connector from a trailer and it will think it is towing something and then give you the 5 flash signal all the time?
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when did they add this feature?

my 2010 XL does not have it.

maybe it's an XLT & up thing?

Personally, i think it's just another gimic ... but then again, i'm glad that other's have it. keeps those "one flasher's" a little more honest
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I wonder if you can just plug in a wire connector from a trailer and it will think it is towing something and then give you the 5 flash signal all the time?
Thats what I was wondering...

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when did they add this feature?

my 2010 XL does not have it.

maybe it's an XLT & up thing?

Personally, i think it's just another gimic ... but then again, i'm glad that other's have it. keeps those "one flasher's" a little more honest
My 2011 has it in Lariat trim.
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when did they add this feature?

my 2010 XL does not have it.

maybe it's an XLT & up thing?

Personally, i think it's just another gimic ... but then again, i'm glad that other's have it. keeps those "one flasher's" a little more honest
I believe it was a feature added to the 2011's if I am not mistaken. Personally I wish it was 5 for normal turning and 7 for when towing. It would be nice to be able to set the number of turns from the nav screen!
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when did they add this feature?

my 2010 XL does not have it.

maybe it's an XLT & up thing?
My XLT has it
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I believe it was a feature added to the 2011's if I am not mistaken. Personally I wish it was 5 for normal turning and 7 for when towing. It would be nice to be able to set the number of turns from the nav screen!
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My XLT has it
It was an across the board change in 2011 regardless of trim level.
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