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One button height adjust to High

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Description

Allow right steering button to be programmable to set car to HIGH suspension.
This makes it easy to use when often entering steep driveways or parking into high curbs

Competitive/Pricing/Notes

Should be simple to implement.

Status

Unknown.



Category: Tags: entered 4-Apr-2013
Jet
1,365

9 Comments

To take it a step further, it would be nice if (at least some) of the steering wheel buttons were programmable. So people that don't need to adjust the height often could program the button to do some other useful thing.
This would be a great option.

Also please see other suggestions regarding using the right scroll button to assist with voice command option selections. I don't find any real use for the right scroll wheel with the currently available functions.
A good idea to be able to activate desired functions with a single click,   Make this programmable with buttons on the Nav Bar.
I guess the geofenced memory for this introduced in software version 6.0 makes this kind of obsolete (but not completely). :-)
cra
1,903
Great idea, especially about the programmable scroll button.
If you need a single click to make it high such as for a large water puddle, you need a  button to make it low again.   So, add a suspension option for the steering scroll and just don't make it geotagged.
I never use the right steering scroll, I will definitely use to change suspension as needed in the highway and to park in some places.
 

Yep, this continues to annoy me.   The ONE car setting that I truly need to access quickly while I'm driving is the suspension.  I'm heading into a new parking lot with an aggressive slope, and I need to raise my suspension.  Happens all the time.

I used to leave my "Suspension" page open before I close the settings window so it would be the first to pop up.  But now with the new "Quick Settings" page that's always default (and this isn't on there), I now have 3 "clicks" to do in a hurry while driving to change my suspension.

I agree, that this needs to be programmable on the right scroll wheel.   Also, there needs to be a quick link for air suspension along the top bar.