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Old 02-15-2003, 23:15   #1 (permalink)
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Christmas Tree? (WH2 Statesman)

Was just messing with the dash in the WH Stato. An interesting modes which can't normally be seen are miles per Gallon, and miles per hour, must be for our yank friends I guess.
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Ahh yes the good ol diagnostic modes. I guess having the instrument cluster all light up is nto as bad as the whole instrument cluster go off for about 5seconds whilst playing around. I know of a few people that happened to them they inform me that it's quite a sight. :oo1: :oo1:
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Is that your car BOF???

THey are a very nice car inside i must say the dash looks good.
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the yank cars will have the new dashes

what do the middle east use as a measurement standard
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whens the updated VY mangled Statesman/Caprice being released?
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mid east uses the km and not mph. As seen in the cars that GM has sent over there.
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