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Old 14-07-2008, 00:39
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One picture at a time should resize automatically.
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Old 14-07-2008, 03:34
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if you want, Brett, email me the pictures and I'll convert them to a smaller size. derickson@elementps.com. The battery on the FOB is easy to change but you will need a jeweler to do it (a watch battery guy works too). The battery shouldn't be dead... but, that is one more reason to spend the money for a second one. I hate being without the "automatic leg spreader" (as my friends call it). =)

one more thing... make sure you always put the highest octane fuel in it. 91 is the highest I can get without going race fuel and it works great, but 93-95 is wonderful. Avoid the temptation to buy race fuel at all costs. The HP gain is not noticable and often times that fuel is 'bad'.

Did you get a car cover with the car as well as the luggage? If not, get with your dealer and have them get that stuff to you.

I'm so happy for you that you enjoy the car. When you come to Phoenix I'll teach you how to put it into a controlled 360 while doing 60--in my car, of course =)

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Old 14-07-2008, 22:31
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i will have Hans or Dan resize. Thanks. I got two Audi keys, one martian key fob, one funky little key, and one Clifford alarm remote. I will order the new fob, too. I got the cover and luggage.
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Old 14-07-2008, 23:40
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the funky one is the one you don't want to lose. If you haven't noticed, there is a small key slot right below the windshield. That key goes there to pop the door open in case you lock yourself out and/or kill the battery and need access to jump start the car. Incidentally, if you ever need to jump it (I left the lights one one day accidentally and there is not alarm for that--NOTE THAT CORPORATE) be advised that you should let the car sit there with cables on it for a good 10 minutes before attempting to start it.

Put one audi key with the little key and I don't know what to do with the Clifford. I don't think it even does anything--does it Rijk?

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Old 15-07-2008, 00:11
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the Clifford. I don't think it even does anything--does it Rijk?
I have no idea, but then I never alarmed the car in the first place. Our weekend place is in an area where you don't need locks.

People around here say: "locks are to keep out the good people"
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Old 15-07-2008, 00:14
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i should know what that is for... my guess is this... The puck arms/disarms the alarm. If you don't have the puck, you need to use the Clifford to arm it. I'll test that theory when I get my car back.
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Old 15-07-2008, 00:14
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Pictures (really!)

Thanks, Dan, I am a techtard.
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Old 15-07-2008, 00:17
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Old 15-07-2008, 00:19
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so here are more, individually.
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