<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by Gysman:
some "features" that are (as far as I know) not in the manual:
1) The way parking lights work: With the key in the ignitionlock push the small button on the lock, and turn the key counter-clock-wise. This turns on the parkinglights. So far, nothing new. When switching the blinker-arm-lever-switch to the left, only the front en rear left lights turn on. When switching the blinker-arm-lever-switch to the right, only the right lights are on. (Volkswagen and AUDI do the same thing i believe);
2) To use the "nightpanel", press and hold the dashboard illumination minus key for about four second. This turns off all dashboard light except board computer display and speedometer. Again, nothing new. Now, if something happens to the car that requires your attention, all light come back on! Try revving the car in the red, and see what happens!
Maybe others know more undocumented features?
G.</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">1. I tried to get my key in park condition, but i didn't succeed pushing the small button you mention. If it's the small lip inside the lock, than i can push it a little but probably not far enough. So what's the trick here?
2. Pushed the minus button for about a minute, but nothing happened. Of course the lights went darker (less bright), but they didn't dissappear.
I always have problems reseting the counter that shows your km (trip-meter). In the manual it says push the km button for a few seconds, but it doesn't always work. When do you have to push it? Do you push it when your engine is running, or with the ignition on? From experience it looks like it works best while the ignition is in the "on" position, but the engine is not running yet.