Interesting...Was the older wing a factory option for the QV or do you think it was retro-fitted?raymond said:Ah, you have the older LP400s/500s wing not the QV, much better than the newer
Interesting. The button kinda does what I thought then. My car seems to have an antenna on the rear quarter just ahead of the wing. I'm assuming it pops up automatically when I turn the radio on but thus far I haven't felt the need for music, strangely enough so haven't tried it out.raymond said:This is the radio antenna in the windscreen.
The (i)-Button is the brake fluid/pressure test, once it enlightens the brake fluid level is too low or too less pressure.
Does this mean that the button illuminates when there's a problem whether depressed or not? In which case, what does depressing the button actually do? And do you have to have the car running when you depress it, if it performs some kind of brake test?raymond said:The (i)-Button is the brake fluid/pressure test, once it enlightens the brake fluid level is too low or too less pressure.
I guess mid year? My 86' QV has the antenna in the windshield.raymond said:The antenna on the rear came with the 1986 QV, all models before had the windscreen antenna.
I don't have a radio any more, only the two antennas stayed on the car, the second I will also get rid off some day
MY 1987 had a different rear antenna of Hirsch.
Yeah I looked in the manual, all it said was that the button was a warning light and test button. It doesn't say how to do the test nor whether the button should or should not light up during said test. In fact the manual doesn't say much at all. IIRC is does say the warning light is for a failure in brake pressure as well as fluid level...raymond said:It tests only the fluid level.
Did you have a look in the owners manual?