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Old 28-11-11, 11:34 AM   #1
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Hi All

I'm looking at purchasing a 407 SV HDi however, I have at least one major annoyance and that is the inability to read or view the multifunction display on the centre console whilst wearing polarised sunglasses.

Does anybody know of any fixes for this? Aside from not wearing polarised sunglasses that is...
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Only got stupid answers for you so i'll say no
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Only got stupid answers for you so i'll say no
maybe try one of the stupid answers...at this stage any ideas would be good.

i am aware that the colours on the MFD can be changed but i'm not sure if this would make any difference?
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Ok........

1) Hire a cheap eastern european to sit in the passenger seat and read out what it says.
2) Disregard everything it says. It'll only say 'anti pollution warning', 'tyre pressure low' or some other irrelevant info.
3) Smash the display
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He can't be from the UK.... he said he can't read it when wearing sunglasses..... we don't need them here
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Well spotted!
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all i do is turn my head rather than just my eyes, if that makes sense.
it is a pain tho
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surely that just switches the display off ??
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