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I prefer to ride in jigglemaster mode. Er, sport mode on the suspension. Do other owners' cars revert to "tour" when you turn the engine off ? Does this bother anyone else ?
 

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Mine resets back to tour when I shut it off.. it was a pain when I had to ride in sport when I had the blinking light problem because I had to switch it to sport or the damn lights would blink when I hit a bump.

You must have smooth roads there.. here in NY riding in sport can make you lose your lunch!

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Thanks ...

It's actually the responsiveness of Sport Mode that I crave. I get a good jostle when I hit DC roads. But it's worth it cause I can whip 3500lbs around without blinking in Sport Mode.
 

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Yep, it defaults to tour when you turn it off. It bugs a few of us quite a bit. Someone proposed rewiring it so it defaulted to Sport. Don't think anyone had any ideas. Time to dig out some wiring diragrams ;)
 

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I don't know that I would do this, personally... but...

If you disconnect one of the sensors from the struts (or shocks) I believe the system will default to sport mode. Of course, you won't be able to change it back to tour mode without reconnecting the sensor...
 
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