Date: Fri, 05 Jul 2002 02:43:12 GMT
From: "Spyderman" <>
Subject: Re: Mystery button on '95 9000

That button was designed to suppress the microphone for the window shatter detection. It was used particularly if you had an animal (say a dog) which you left in the car, although I'm sure that the humane society would certainly have something to say about that today. "Brad Smith" <> wrote in message news:Xns9241DF85553FBmatamatatechtzocomnopsam195.128.11... > Since I bought my used 9000 w/o a manual, there are several button which I > have not yet figured out. My bad. Perhaps I should have purchased from a > more reputable. > > The button that stimulates the most curiosity is one located on the > headliner lamp panel. It is a small white/creme colored button in front of > the ceiling lamp, next to what looks like a small black speaker, perhaps? > Can anyone explain to me what this white button and small round black > perforated speaker-looking plate are for? I would greatly appreciate it. > > Brad Smith

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