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Old 01-02-2015, 06:08 PM
limeypride limeypride is offline
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Question Retain heated steering-wheel indefinitely

I recently discovered that I could code the following:

Module: SM
Parameters: SA_MEMORY_ZEIT
Values: NEW: "Wert_Dauer" |AND/OR| NEW: "Werte=03"
... where:
... 0: (no wake) 0 minutes
... 1: 15 minutes
... 2: 24 hours
... 3: infinity (always reactivate)

I've coded this and I like the new behavior a lot. I tend to switch on the heated seats and the heated steering wheel at the same time but the coding I found for retaining the heated steering wheel state no longer works. I pinged Shawn offline and he confirmed that something has changed.

Has anyone figured out how to retain the state of the heated steering wheel indefinitely?

The tweak I've currently coded (that doesn't work) for the heated steering wheel is:


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