|09-20-2011 09:39 PM|
(except for only 35 years!)
|09-20-2011 07:21 PM|
|chucky cheese||That delay thing on all of the equipment is annoying. For 40 years as soon as I turned the ignition key the starter would crank. When it didn't I knew there was a problem. Now when I turn the key that split second time delay gets me nervous after 40 years of turn vroom now I have turn-------------- vroom. In the past that delay was always a sign of either being stranded or needing a tow. And there weren't any cell phones then.|
|09-20-2011 12:26 PM|
|Up Hill Bill||Yeah, Kinda' hard to give a polite tap of the horn by hitting/pushing the middle of the steering wheel. But, just a touch on the outside of the horn 'ring' with a thumb honks it pretty easily. Your right, it needs a real horn ring.|
|09-20-2011 09:44 AM|
|Mcgee149||Yeah same as my 12 it's annoying makes me wanna put a big rig horn on it|
|09-20-2011 09:39 AM|
Horn button on 2012 Wrangler
To anybody who has a 2012 Wrangler:
Is the horn button hard to push, like on the 2011 models? Is there a split-second delay (probably caused by the computer) between the time you press the horn button, and the actual sounding of the horn?
On my 2011, it is almost impossible to hit the horn button for just a short "beep". You have to press way too hard on the horn button, and there is also that split-second delay before the horn sounds. It's a minor issue, but annoying.
Just wondering if Jeep addressed this on the 2012 models.