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Old 04-12-2008, 11:00 AM   #1
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I posted pictures of the CR/V portion of this installation in an earlier post. I have now finished everything and completed the road test. There were two surprises:

1. The job of stringing a cable from the rear of the Adventurer to a warning light I installed on the dash was extremely unpleasant (although not difficult).

2. When I connected the (stationary) Honda to the rig using my six lead cable and set the Dou to its highest sensitivity , the Stay-In-Play Duo pushed down the Honda brakes whenever the right blinker was lit. This was a cause of some concern as there is no cable in the back of the Adventurer that carries the brake light only.

Peter at SMI assured me that this blinking was normal, and it would not happen when the rig is moving and the system is set to its normal sensitivity. I am very pleased to report that this is indeed what happened. The system is working well, and I am happy with it.

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I posted pictures of the CR/V portion of this installation in an earlier post. I have now finished everything and completed the road test. There were two surprises:

1. The job of stringing a cable from the rear of the Adventurer to a warning light I installed on the dash was extremely unpleasant (although not difficult).

2. When I connected the (stationary) Honda to the rig using my six lead cable and set the Dou to its highest sensitivity , the Stay-In-Play Duo pushed down the Honda brakes whenever the right blinker was lit. This was a cause of some concern as there is no cable in the back of the Adventurer that carries the brake light only.

Peter at SMI assured me that this blinking was normal, and it would not happen when the rig is moving and the system is set to its normal sensitivity. I am very pleased to report that this is indeed what happened. The system is working well, and I am happy with it.

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