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Just looking at a MkII Aristo the other day. Most of the buttons on the console are pretty obvious, but couldn't work out for the life of me what this button does:

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Any clues, anyone? :blink:

Thanks,

ben

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Just looking at a MkII Aristo the other day. Most of the buttons on the console are pretty obvious, but couldn't work out for the life of me what this button does:

2005659616964746086_rs.jpg

Any clues, anyone? :blink:

Thanks,

ben

reversing parking sensors?

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I've got that button as well and don't have reverse parking sensors - it's somethign to do with the radio functionality. Play a bit with it it'll make sense as I've not touched the radio ever. Only ever listen to CD's.

If you want I can find out in another 3 hours...when I finish work and get home?

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I've got that button as well and don't have reverse parking sensors - it's somethign to do with the radio functionality. Play a bit with it it'll make sense as I've not touched the radio ever. Only ever listen to CD's.

If you want I can find out in another 3 hours...when I finish work and get home?

Yeah - no parking sensors on this car either. Fiddled with it a bit but couldn't get it to do anything useful - when pressed it displayed the same symbol in huge on the screen, with a radio frequency at the top (1620KHz, if I recall correctly).

If you manage to find out, that'd be most appreciated!

Cheers,

ben

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1620 Khz is the frequency used by the Japanese to give traffic local traffic information according Wikepedia.

Have a look HERE :D so presumably you hit that and the radio tunes to roadside broadcast.

Much preferred Fidgits idea though :lol:

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1620 Khz is the frequency used by the Japanese to give traffic local traffic information according Wikepedia.

Have a look HERE :D so presumably you hit that and the radio tunes to roadside broadcast.

Much preferred Fidgits idea though :lol:

Aha. Nice find. That looks highly likely, doesn't it. Cheers!

Damn - I was hoping for the x-ray vision, nuddy women, HUD mode too! :blush:

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