Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Helsinki, Finland
JimCno, nope, no warning lights stay lit. Also no chime if I'm already buckled in when I start the engine. (Of course, during cold weather, the engine RPM's are pretty high, so if I start the engine after I've got everything ready and myself buckled in, then I get to sit there like a knob waiting for the engine idle speed to drop, or I can put it into gear with the engine revolutions around 1700RPM and get a nice lurch as the car tries to go forward. I've understood that this latter probably isn't the best for the transmission for the long term. In fact, I recollect the owner's manual warning about never putting the car into gear with engine revolutions above idle.)
Ground clearance is not just a single number! There is more to it than distance to lowest point of vehicle.
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