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I was cleaning my car out after a 1000 mile trip and found an unattached piece of plastic duct under the passenger seat. I checked under the drivers seat and did not find a duct attached or unattached. I can see where the duct attaches to but it is a tight fit. I will end up taking it to the dealer with the next service.

Do you guys have these ducts and would they imped the ventilated seat function if they are removed?

Also, I used the radar cruise control extensively and was pleasantly surprised that you can actually increase the speed in 1mph increments as well as the 5mph increments.
 

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Re: Plastic HVAC ducts under front seats (solyvive)

Once you have the cruise control on and the speed set. You can increase the speed by 1mph by pressing the top left button ( the one with the arrow pointing counter clockwise) once for every 1mph.
 

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Re: Plastic HVAC ducts under front seats (napster)

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the top left button ( the one with the arrow pointing counter clockwise)

The "reset" button. Yes, this is a nice feature. Of course you can't go down in 1mph increments, only down to the next multiple of 5.

I find even in beltway traffic, I try to keep the ACC on almost all the time. That way, when people are doing 60 and it's still bumper to bumper, when I let my foot off the gas I get braking long before my foot can get to the brake. And if I'm looking for a spot to change lanes, it's an added measure of safety if the guys in front start braking before I re-focus on what's going on ahead. I use it so much, it would be hard to have a car without it now.
 

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Re: Plastic HVAC ducts under front seats (napster)

Quote, originally posted by napster »
Once you have the cruise control on and the speed set. You can increase the speed by 1mph by pressing the top left button ( the one with the arrow pointing counter clockwise) once for every 1mph.

Cool thanks. I will try it out tomorrow.
 
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