this is a LX only thing
pretty sure that's one of the LX only options. Our GX does this as well.What year do you have? I just tried it on my 02 and no dice.
Really?!? I'll have to check that out. Does the 4 corner trick allow you to do the other locked out things while driving, i.e., access phone books, input destinations, etc... ?There’s a hack for this up here somewhere - you press the 4 corners of the nav screen and it works while driving. I used It a handful of times 6-7 years ago for my passenger (wife) but you might as well use your phone.
So Yeah, I agree. No big loss
Really?!? I'll have to check that out. Does the 4 corner trick allow you to do the other locked out things while driving, i.e., access phone books, input destinations, etc... ?
Most of these are specific to LX, right?The second row seats can recline by using the side paddle you use to tumble them.
If your front wipers are on but not the rear one, but you put it in reverse, the rear wiper will swipe the glass once so you have a clear view.
Unplug your rain sensor to gain intermittent wiper function back.
Press and hold the air quality button to adjust sensitivity to outside pollution.
Raise the vehicle to it's highest setting (if you have AHC) and you can do most maintenance and repair jobs without jacking, including changing O2 sensors.
Push the "screaming face" button on your steering wheel to tell it what temperature you want the HVAC set at.
Adding gasoline to the large tank under the vehicle will cause it to magically disappear even if you don't move the vehicle very far.
I'm glad im not the only one. First few times I thought someone was messing with my mirror in parking lots.The reverse auto-tilt mirrors are an LX exclusive feature just like the auto-dimming side mirrors are. Both of mine still work fine in reverse. However, they don't like to come back up. I have to remember to hit the "memory 2" button twice when in Park to "force" the mirrors back up into their normal driving position. I'm too lazy to chase down the cause of that bug.
That sounds amazing, and I'm definitely going to try it. How much risk is there of burning out the motors or wearing out the mechanism from repetitive use? Anyone?