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your hvac knob controls look different than mine. Hmm just noticed, must be an eco thing
I suppose you could with some velcro or two-side tape. That cubby is so small I don't know what else I would use it for, maybe some change I guess. It could have been a good spot for a phone but I too found out it will not clear the gear shift.Definitely better than clipped to a visor. As my ECO hasn't arrived yet I can't remember what the top of the cubby is like. Any chance to attach it upside down to the top of the cubby so you still have usable space for change or other small items?
Yeah, same here. I keep my parking meter coins in that spot. Also, the new opener I have is not square but more resembles a key fob in a clip holster so its really small and round. Not sure I like it.I disagree. Clipped to the visor, it's out of sight, not taking up any storage space and it is much easier to use... just reach up & press button as opposed to picking up out of cubby to use. To each their own...
I just wire in a Flash2Pass system... works great, and no new buttons required. Best part, took it off the old car I traded it and put it into the Cruze in about 20 mins. total and I'm back in action.For years, I have added a push button to an empty switch spot on the dash and wired my opener to it. I then clip, or hang, the opener up under the dash to keep it out of sight. I opened the openers and spliced into the button contacts with a bit of wire and an plug. The switch on the dash has a mating plug. In Ohio, we have to have the registration and proof of insurance for the authorities if you are stopped, so they are usually in the glovebox with the owner's manual. This way, if a creep breaks into the car, he likely won't steal the opener (and your registration with the address on it), go to your house, and break in through the garage. It also saves the hassle with replacing the opener and re-programming everything with a new code. Hopefully, I'll be able to find a spot on the Cruze dash to easily mount a push button.
Pretty slick! I like the way it ties into the vehicle. Today was a success, I learned something new!I just wire in a Flash2Pass system... works great, and no new buttons required. Best part, took it off the old car I traded it and put it into the Cruze in about 20 mins. total and I'm back in action.
Yeah, quick and easy and good for any vehicle. I did this originally because I have a convertible and didn't want an opener visible if I left the top down. Now I have one for every car... LOVE IT.Pretty slick! I like the way it ties into the vehicle. Today was a success, I learned something new!