You can eliminate that feature by turning it off by the start button. It doesn't do much.I had one hard wired to my '19 3.0 should be identical. I paid to have it done by a local stereo shop. I think that it was $75 or so. I supplied all of the connectors, cables, and fuses. I had them install install the remote display over the wireless charger spot. The fuse box is in the passenger side footwell so it worked out perfectly. Valentine does offer an option that I have seen but am unable to find it that helps suppress the turning on and turning off when the vehicle auto stops and starts at traffic signals. I recommend installing that as well.
This was one of the first things I noticed and posted when I bought mine last October. This forum educated me... it's the gesture control, it makes the laser warning go off.only glitch is that anywhere on the windshield I put the V1 the laser warning kept going off.
i covered over the gesture control emitter with matte black gaffers tape. its the dome shaped portion of the overhead console behind the sunroof switch.
dont think you can just unplug it without throwing an error.
Agree, if you could post a pic, would be much appreciated!Pic would be great if possible. Cheers,
I somehow missed this post the first time around. I thought the emitters were on the rearview mirror. I will tape this area tomorrow, and try turning laser back on.First pic is the emitters that are setting off the laser detection. Second pic is what you need to cover to stop the falsing without disabling laser.