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Today was my first 20+ mile drive in the daylight (been a van life'er less than 24h, drove home from the dealer at night) noticed some nasty glare in the window. Seems like a bit of chrome on the vent is reflecting right in my line of sight to check the side view mirror. Started a thread in the interior sub-forum for tips/discussion. Marker to the chrome was my first thought but now I'm thinking a bit of vinyl wrap or tint film. Anybody else having this problem?
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Put in Husky molded floor liners, OEM splash guards, some black plastic but covers so they match the black noise rims, and a quicky ceramic wax coating, just waiting on the under hood self supporting props. I am thinking since I have no spare and only that stupid air pump I may make that area into a nice 12"inch subwoofer area. Add a nice amp for it and or put at channel amp with sub output and change out the other speakers for components. The plain 6 speaker system has surprising good sound so maybe I won't. I am getting too old for that stuff!
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I never use cruise. I let gravity speed me up going down and slow me a bit going up. Cruise maintains a pretty constant speed, meaning it uses gas to go up a hill.
I used to drive EPA cycles on a chassis dyno, late 70s. Learned a few tricks. ;)
I kept to the speed limits.
 

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I never use cruise. I let gravity speed me up going down and slow me a bit going up. Cruise maintains a pretty constant speed, meaning it uses gas to go up a hill.
I used to drive EPA cycles on a chassis dyno, late 70s. Learned a few tricks. ;)
I kept to the speed limits.
Learn something new everyday, but I am almost 60 soi forget 5 something's!
 

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Installed the higher trim instrument cluster on my 2018 Touring L today. Plug and play and took all of 20 minutes. Didn’t take install pictures but all you need to do is pull out the screen and center vents by prying it out, removing part of the screen surround and removing four screws. Much better!
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Installed the higher trim instrument cluster on my 2018 Touring L today. Plug and play and took all of 20 minutes. Didn’t take install pictures but all you need to do is pull out the screen and center vents by prying it out, removing part of the screen surround and removing four screws. Much better!
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Does it show your original mileage etc.
 

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No the mileage is different. Thankfully the cluster I bought only has ~160 miles more than what the car actually has so it didn’t really matter to me. Everything else works perfectly
That said....why didn't you just wait to install and/or drive 160 more miles before you installed the "new" cluster (so they would've matched 100%)?
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No the mileage is different. Thankfully the cluster I bought only has ~160 miles more than what the car actually has so it didn’t really matter to me. Everything else works perfectly
I am not sure but if you have the old one you can have whatever mileage that was on it programmed into the new one at the dealership. Not sure, I actually thought the ecu stored all that info. Looks great btw.
 
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