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Old 01-04-2008, 09:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Question Speed Sensitive Volume

I LOVE my SX4 Crossover. Very few things to not like about it but nothing that can't be improved (i.e. no center armrest... and this speed sensitive volume thing) ok. so only two things to complain about.
I would LOVE to know how to turn the speed sensitive volume thing off. I like my music and the beats loud... so when I stop the nice bass goes down and thats not "how I roll". If anyone knows how to turn this feature off, let me know! I'd greatly appreciate that! Thanks!
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easy, push the knob on the far right of the stereo, until you get to the last setting VCS or something, and turn it down from whatever it is, to Off.
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yeah, i believe it says AVC, turn that down to 0, i had the same irritation with it.
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also, the "no armrest" option can be solved. suzuki makes an OEM one, and there are atleast 3 or 4 armrests on ebay, that are significantly cheaper and just as good. i got the ebay one 8 months ago and havent had a single problem with it.
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I went and priced a centre arm rest, here in south australia $312.00au b!!!!!! crazy rip off so i will be getting one on ebay.
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there are atleast 3 or 4 armrests on ebay, that are significantly cheaper and just as good. i got the ebay one 8 months ago and havent had a single problem with it.
got any links? thanks in advance
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goto ebay, type in "sx4 armrest" its not that hard to do on your own.
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goto ebay, type in "sx4 armrest" its not that hard to do on your own.
thanks for your help.....I was thinking since someone said there was 3 or 4 of them....maybe one is better than another.....guess not
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you have to choose what one is right for you. some are lower and longer, some are taller and shorter. some have a flip up design, some dont. the one i have is the basic one that screws into the current rear cupholder, has a flip up lid, and a rear cupholder in the back of it. the only downside to that one is if you fold the rear seats down and then flip them, they bump into the armrest, and shift the whole thing outa place.
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you have to choose what one is right for you. some are lower and longer, some are taller and shorter. some have a flip up design, some dont. the one i have is the basic one that screws into the current rear cupholder, has a flip up lid, and a rear cupholder in the back of it. the only downside to that one is if you fold the rear seats down and then flip them, they bump into the armrest, and shift the whole thing outa place.
that sounds nice.... a lid to put the goodies in and a cupholder for the rear passengers.....ill never fold down those seats....thanks again for the info....i see myself really getting overboard with this car....
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