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Old 05-17-2005, 02:37 PM   #11
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You don't have to turn anything on. It'* automatic. ACC is the ACCESSORY setting on your ignition switch. One notch before RUN, 2 notches before START. The position the radio works on.
oh...ACC gotcha. Ok, now I really feel stupid. Thanks
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put some bags in the rear LOL
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put some bags in the rear LOL
We HAVE bags in the rear. That'* basically what ELC is.
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I hate to disagree....but the accessory position is with the key rotated all the way towards the driver...the radio works in this position.....also the wipers and windows....and most likely the cigarette lighter! LOL.....
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Don't matter to me My ELC is always active. Ignition position doesn't matter.
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Don't matter to me My ELC is always active. Ignition position doesn't matter.
Ahhh these guys with the newer cars that don't work unless you turn the key and wiggle your left foot...
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I've only observed my ELC kick in twice with the key out of the ignition. If I turn the key forward to "ON" it will run for several seconds after about 10 seconds every time.
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I've only observed my ELC kick in twice with the key out of the ignition. If I turn the key forward to "ON" it will run for several seconds after about 10 seconds every time.
Um.... maybe I got too many people confused.... that'* what I mean't by aux....

anywho..... I checked the car today after 3 drives, of aprox 30mins each.... besides the sagging after the first drive of the day... she'* held up her rear end thus far.

I'll check after tomorrow mornings run...... I take the same route every day.... so we'll see what happens.
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