Warning Freezing Conditions

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  1. rhitrucking

    rhitrucking Light Load Member

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    Is there anyway to remove this from showing up everytime the truck is started? Its freezing conditions for 5 months outta the year here. I am well aware its freezing outside!
     
  2. thelushlarry

    thelushlarry Road Train Member

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    Try going to Florida for the winter.
     
  3. rhitrucking

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  4. tinytim

    tinytim Road Train Member

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    What truck you got? My Cascadia gives me a great big bright yellow warning on the dash when it hits 1 celsius. It's a real pita at night when the temp is hovering around that temp. Driving along and it comes up, then it warms up a degree then drops a degree and it flashes on again etc.
     
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  5. rhitrucking

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  6. D.Tibbitt

    D.Tibbitt Road Train Member

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    My cascadia used to make a ding sound like a door chime everytime temp woukd hit 37 degrees. It was really annoying if it was 36 degrees and would warm to 38 then back to 37 ... Ding ding ding for hours....
     
  7. tinytim

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    I missed the fact this is in the Volvo forum. :biggrin_2559:
     
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  8. buddyd157

    buddyd157 Road Train Member

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    my new car now chirps at me that there may be ice on the road.....all i can figure is that some ice/frost, covers up one of the sensors?

    i went into the settings, and could not find any disabling features....

    again, cuz dummies slide, or crash, or whatever, we all have to suffer and be warned now.
     
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  9. buddyd157

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    you will have to go into the trucks settings, where ever you can find that, and search for a way to either disable that, or raise the temp setting?
     
  10. nasriza

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    relocate the sensor closer to the engine or remove all together right in front of the hood.
     
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