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Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by YellowMaranello, Jan 23, 2004.
Any ideas? My first guess is it opens the door, much like a TVR.
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It's a sensor that displays the outside temperature and also flags up a "snowflake" on the dashboard when the temperature drops below freezing.
It's an ice sensor. Toggles a warning light on the dash.
Those are not Enzo Specific. Other's have it as well.
Same on the 550.
hm, never seen it before. Thanks for the help.
In case you think its fishy that I own a 550 and never noticed it... I'm not really an owner (feel free to help me fix that by donating to my Ferrari fund ), just an enthusiast who has used this name for the last 3 or so years on various message boards and AIM.
Boom box detector. Automatically rolls up the windows when some obnoxious creep with a winged Toyota and 27 amplified woofers rolls up beside you at a stop light.
what'll they think of next..
Can I get one aftermarket?
Just noticed the same "button" on my F355. Is it also an outside temperature sensor?
Since the F355 does not have any gauge providing the outside temp, I wonder if it's possible to install one easily?
If this outside temp sensor pre-cabled? And hence will it be possible to have an outside temp gauge installed in the cabine?
Any info are welcome.
I tought it was a "drip" pin, serving no real function. Ask a dealer mechanic. I would but i don't care what it is.