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This is a discussion on Apexi TT within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I got a new apexi tt last week. It's all installed and works great. My question is how do you ...

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    Apexi TT

    I got a new apexi tt last week. It's all installed and works great. My question is how do you work all the extra stuff on it. The manual is in Japanese, therefore I have only been able to figure out the very basic functions it has. Does anyone have English instructions? Or at least tell me how to set it to the Auto function.

    Thanks for any help you can provide.

    -Mitch-
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    While the car is parked and the e-brake is pulled up, you push the joystick to the right and hold it. Then you will get flashing numbers. This is how you set it. If you want your battery voltage warning to flash at 12.0, you go to the battery voltage and hold it right, then when it is flashing, you push the joystick up or down until 12.0 is flashing. Then push it back to the left. To set your timer function, you go to the timer function, and hold to the right. When you see flashing, it will be numbers, this is manual. Push it to the right again, and then you will see something that says 3n1 or 2n1 or something similar. You need to set these, the 1st number is the maximum amount of time the tubo timer will go for, the letter I cannot remember right now, and the 1 is for the shortest time it will go for i.e. the 1 is 10 seconds.

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    thanks for the help
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