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Old 11-30-2005, 09:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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37 degrees?

what is the reason for the car to beep when the temp gets to 37 degrees i know its warning that its cold out and u should watch the roads but why 37 why not 32?
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Because it warns you, that "bad" is comming, if it would have beeen beeped at 32*F, is simply to late and you would be fucked up in the ditch or on some road side tree .It is a lifesaver for people without immagination driving fast on the "black ice"
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haha alright well it doesnt get that cold here in texas so im good
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