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Hawaii - Anyone have issues with headlights and Bluetooth?

Discussion in 'Hawaii' started by jatk, Jul 13, 2013.

  1. jatk

    jatk Member

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    My headlights regularly stay on during the day when I am in direct sunlight after I emerge from a shaded location. I don't know if the sensor is simply not sensitive enough. I end up manually turning them off at least once a day.

    As for Bluetooth, my car does not connect to my phone at least half of the time and I have to connect it to make calls or play music. Anyone experiencing these issues?
     
  2. RodF

    RodF Member

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    After leaving a shaded area, it sometimes takes a little long to change from night mode back to day, even in bright sunshine. No problems with Bluetooth.
     
  3. Hawaiiskibum

    Hawaiiskibum Member

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    Same here with the headlites. Haven't noticed any problems with my phone.

    I'm slightly annoyed by the windshield wipers. Slight rain and it activates. As the rain gets heavier, I often manually need to turn it on. weird!
     
  4. dsmith2189

    dsmith2189 Active Member

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    the only time I have connection issues with my Bluetooth is when I leave my ear "mounted" Bluetooth on when I get into the car. the car will not steal the connection and I have to turn the earpiece off before the car will connect.
     
  5. nanimac

    nanimac Aloha!

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    I noticed the same issue with the wipers!
     

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