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Old 06-02-2011, 08:44 AM   #1
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Default Starter button functions

The instructions in the owner'* manual for a 2010 Lacrosse say to put the ignition into run/start mode without starting engine you should press button twice without steping on the brake (which would cause starter to engage). Tried this with no sucess several times.
Re: to reset tire pressure moniters after rotation, must enter program mode on moniter menu. Must have ignition in run/start without engine running to enter program mode.
Would be easy if it was a key and not a push button. Anyway the owner'* manual is in error. Anyone know of a update on the instructions to perform this simple task? Please advise, thank you.
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