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Old 02-21-2007, 01:14 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by ddalder
Originally Posted by willwren
Originally Posted by ddalder
The Reverse Input signal is part of an integral SAFETY FEATURE in the mirror. Before suggesting people bypass such functions, would it not be reasonable to at least explain the purpose and what will happen if it isn't connected???
Proper procedure when backing up is to look over your right shoulder with your eyes, not your mirror.
Well, thanks for the driving lesson willwren.

Come on people, the mirror probably isn't that big a deal. My point was not to encourage bypassing of safety features regardless of how important we view them as individuals. This seems like the responsible position for us to take, escpecially forum administrators. I'm disapoointed willwren!
If its that big of a deal when backing up all we have to do is turn the mirror off...It will be full clear at that point..

And I never use the rear view yo back up.. I always look

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