Date: Tue, 01 Jul 2003 22:32:50 -0400
From: ma_twain <>
Subject: Re: can't hear turn signal

I am not that tall and I have no problems seeing the dashboard, but there is one technique to dealing with the turn signals. I straighten two finger out on the left hand. The turn signal lever sits between the two fingers. When you come out of the turn, the fingers "automatically" return the signal lever to the middle position. This works in the Classic 900 with the tight steering ratio. I don't recall from any test drives if the NG models have just a tight a steering ratio. Don't the NG models had tilt and or telescoping steering? That should make it somewhat easier to see the dashboard. If not they should for the price. Milo wrote: > 2 things. > > 1. I have a 97 Aero and am kind of tall. 6'4". When I sit in the driver's > seat, the steering wheel completely blocks my view of the turn signal > indicator lights on the dashboard. The sound these things make is also > barely audible. I often find that turns I've made have not been sharp enough > to cause the turn signal arm to return to the middle, so I go tooling on > down the road like some little old lady with the turn signal on. Has anyone > come up with an easy fix to this situation. I mean a fix for the car, by the > way, not a fix for the driver. > > 2. all this spam! what can be done to make this into a moderated group, > whereby only on topic posts would make it into the newsfeed? > > Thanks. > > > > --- > Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. > Checked by AVG anti-virus system ( > Version: 6.0.495 / Virus Database: 294 - Release Date: 6/30/2003 > > >

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