Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 22:59:07 GMT
From: dantinnenopsamejanews.com
Subject: Re: 9000 Trunk Release


In article <362f4fbf.630807nopsamews.worldnet.att.net>, FEDavisnopsamdnet.att.net (Fred E. Davis) wrote: > On Thu, 22 Oct 1998 14:00:55 GMT, dantinnenopsamejanews.com wrote: > > >I think the designers' "logic" was that most people do not carry $20,000 - > >$30,000 of equipment in their vehicle. So why would they spend the extra > >design time and complexity to create this feature? > > If you look at the placement of the trunk release button, I think > you'll conclude that they already *have* considered it. The button is > shrouded by the dash, and hidden from the passenger's side and sunroof > by the steering wheel. It would be quite difficult to press the button > from the outside through a partially opened window or sunroof, if not > impossible. > > So what does the placement of the switch have to do with its power source?? I am not sayinf that the design is great-- just answering the posters question... -----------== Posted via Deja News, The Discussion Network ==---------- http://www.dejanews.com/ Search, Read, Discuss, or Start Your Own

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