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Old 18-12-16, 06:31 PM   #1
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Is there way to hack left indicator stalk button so that i could press it and use it for voice controls on my RT3 ? I retrofitted RT3 month's ago, but i would like to have voice commands, Since i can actually press it, but it feels like there is some kind of a plastic stopper to stop it from being pressed all the way down (like mirrors folding button, all that has to be done is to remove plastic from the inside of the switch, and you get folding mirrors on the same windows switch)
So i tough't that maybe somehow, i could remove the button (like installing bord computer button) And remove the the plastic (if there is one).

Anyone done this ?

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Hello

Is there way to hack left indicator stalk button so that i could press it and use it for voice controls on my RT3 ? I retrofitted RT3 month's ago, but i would like to have voice commands, Since i can actually press it, but it feels like there is some kind of a plastic stopper to stop it from being pressed all the way down (like mirrors folding button, all that has to be done is to remove plastic from the inside of the switch, and you get folding mirrors on the same windows switch)
So i tough't that maybe somehow, i could remove the button (like installing bord computer button) And remove the the plastic (if there is one).

Anyone done this ?

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That button would be for auto lights but if you don't have sensor in screen no point in having a button
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That button would be for auto lights but if you don't have sensor in screen no point in having a button
Hmm, it is for auto lights on 307 if i remember it good, I'm asking about 407 a rt3 unit, it is used for voice commands, maybe i should change the whole com2000 for rt3 compatible one?

I have the sensor for rain and light, light automatically turns on when dark, but i had to enable it in pp2000 and now i can switch it on or of in my radio menu.
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Hmm, it is for auto lights on 307 if i remember it good, I'm asking about 407 a rt3 unit, it is used for voice commands, maybe i should change the whole com2000 for rt3 compatible one?

I have the sensor for rain and light, light automatically turns on when dark, but i had to enable it in pp2000 and now i can switch it on or of in my radio menu.
well it is not a comm 2000 if its a 407 its either a comm 2003 or 2005
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Hi....my 407 swgt has a button on the left stalk that activates the voice commands...never have used them tho.?
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My 407 GT had it too. Didn't use it though.
Kind of miss the bird saying "Sorry?" to everything I said to her though..
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lol.....im stil struggling with 'jukebox'...where do you put the money in...
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Mine had the Jukebox and USB. So I could copy all of my albums from my pc on to a usb drive then in to the car without faffing with cds.
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>>>>ah...i see...you youngsters love all this techy stuff....its all a mystery to me...
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On my old 307 the auto lights function was on the left button with ign in accessory position and voice commands for RT3 when engine was running
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