...prior posting on this subject: http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/9-ch...n-forum/344-outside-themometer-inacurate.html
It's not that it's inaccurate (which it is, usually 3-5 degrees too high), it's that it is no longer updating at all. I drove it fast enough to get past those timer thresholds and it simply doesn't move off of 69 degrees....prior posting on this subject: http://www.cruzetalk.com/forum/9-ch...n-forum/344-outside-themometer-inacurate.html
Interesting... I did run it through the car wash this morning...Mine does that after going thru the car wash. Works good 24 hours later.
...where, on his steering wheel or on his smart-phone (wink,wink)?Just hold down CTL, ALT, DLT twice.
Great, now I've got the BSOD on my center console screen.Just hold down CTL, ALT, DLT twice.
Good thing we're not driving Fords. The Ford sync system is a Microsoft product. It's not based on Windows, but still... fftopic: It's interesting to note that according to MS the vast majority of system crashes are third party hardware drivers. You can also see the stability of Windows when running a Hyper-V server. MS Hyper-V will only run drivers written and signed by MS and is very, very stable.fftopic:Please....We don't need anyone to produce a "MS Windows" Automobile!
Between crashes and freeze-ups, we'd never get anywhere!!:1poke:!
Yes, it is a MS product and IIRC it was based on Windows CC which was an early mobile OS intended for personal assistant type products like a blackberry. This shows how antiquated it is.The Ford sync system is a Microsoft product. It's not based on Windows,
...which, automatic carwash or manual (DIY) carwash?Interesting... I did run it through the car wash this morning...
Manual, one of those kind where you use the pressure wand to wash the car....which, automatic carwash or manual (DIY) carwash?
On the way home after about 2 minutes it started reading correctly again and worked fine on the way in this morning. Not sure what it was but at this point it seems to be working OK again