if Alfa has camera on windshield it's just matter of programming.
Yes it has a camera. What tool can I use for programming?if Alfa has camera on windshield it's just matter of programming.
owner's manual once again can do wonders. you can always switch lights to ON possition and turn high beams manually - no need for holding anything.I know I'm not the only one in here that has the high beam assist as an option but never uses it. It's got weird programming issues at low speeds: when HBA is activated it literally won't let you turn the high beams on below a certain speed.
What happened to me a few times was as follows: HBA on, driving in the mountains at night, go past a road sign that gives off enough glare to trigger the lights to go back to low beam, but im on a very twisty section of road (going under 35mph) and the high beams won't turn back on until I got over 35mph. Not only do they not turn back on, but they also won't allow me to turn them on by hand either, so I'm stuck trying to drive around sharp turns in the forest while I'm holding the high beam stalk forward physically so that the high beams will be on. This is mildly dangerous, in my opinion.
After about the third time that happened I turned HBA off for good. It's not as good of a system as on other cars that have the feature - be aware of that.
depends on original market where car was sold. best bet is to check car options using VIN.Thanks guys. I also saw a comment from someone that said if Lusso models have paddle shifters, it means they have a driving package with better more comfy dampers? Is that true?
Yeah, can't wait to get Stelvio!You will soon learn what the new Ultimate Driving machine really is.