Re: RR outside temp display
"Lee_D" <leeNOSPAM@NOSPAMlrproject.com> wrote in message
> During stardate Mon, 31 Oct 2005 19:18:27 -0000, "Huw"
> <hedydd[nospam]@tiscali.co.uk> uttered the imortal words:
>>"Neil Brownlee" <n.brownlee@pccontrolNOSPAMsystems.com> wrote in message
>>> It's under the "set" menu option. The same place you set the time,
>>> etc. There is an option there to change from F to C ;-)
>>Yes if you have the screen information and sat-nav system.
>>Perhaps I should have mentioned that I have, what is effectively, the
>>pack edition. That is, it is the base model with the equivalent of the BMW
>>Business radio and information computer system, not equipped with sat-nav.
>>I'm sure there must be an easy way of doing it but it is not described in
> It's a bind in'it .... On Percy I recall the outside temperature as
> measured by the Bulkhead vents and door seals was either
> "C C C C Cold" or "F F F F Freezing". On one trip after I forgot to
> reinstall the door seals
The doors are meant to seal on a LR?
and got caught up in the Big freeze for hours
> it was both.
> "Good L L L L Luck!"
Err......thanks. I think........
Anyhow, it took over five years of use before my 110's vents bed in and
mated properly with the bulkhead seals so just maybe Percy is just too new.
There's a lot to be said for mild winters mind you. The point is though that
the temperature just has no meaning in the F style. Even at freezing point
[if we ever get that cold] it will be reading a distinctly hot 40 something.