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Old 11-16-05, 03:52 AM   #31 (permalink)
 
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don't forget about the jdm door sills
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JDM models have digital trip (a) and (b) and external temp reading in the little status monitor in the middle of the instruments.

USDM Doesnt have


Also forgot to add my legend has dimmable courtessey lights too- the lights in front and rear footwells come on with the headlights and this is dimmable.

Has on the LS,GS and not sure bout the SE

And I don't think i mentioned the car has automatic headlights- they come on sidelights as it gets dark, then onto dipped beam once its a bit darker.

USDM doesnt have

There is also electronic adjustment for tilt and reach on the steering wheel... dont know if you guys got that. You put the key in and the wheel moves to position- stored with the seat memories

93+ LS GS SE Has
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But we did get the 6 speed
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Also forgot to add my legend has dimmable courtessey lights too- the lights in front and rear footwells come on with the headlights and this is dimmable..
This happens when the doors are opened and then closed. When I open a door the interior lights come on (all of them) and when I get in or out and close the door, the wheel well lights go off slowly. A nice dimming feature


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There is also electronic adjustment for tilt and reach on the steering wheel... dont know if you guys got that. You put the key in and the wheel moves to position- stored with the seat memories.
In addition to the LS, GS and I am sure the SE, my L has this also - I love it, none of my friends have this and except one dude with a Caddy Escalade.

I would love to have the automatic exterior lights
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This happens when the doors are opened and then closed. When I open a door the interior lights come on (all of them) and when I get in or out and close the door, the wheel well lights go off slowly. A nice dimming feature
No the LS as the lights he is talking about, they are always on if the exterior lights are and they have a dimmer on the pannel where traction control button and fog lights are
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No the LS as the lights he is talking about, they are always on if the exterior lights are and they have a dimmer on the pannel where traction control button and fog lights are

I have the lights that come on with the door open/close and then dim off - is that different then what he is talking about?

If so - then do you mean that when he turns on the headlights, there is a light on by his feet? That seems a bit annoying and distracting.
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I have the lights that come on with the door open/close and then dim off - is that different then what he is talking about?

If so - then do you mean that when he turns on the headlights, there is a light on by his feet? That seems a bit annoying and distracting.
All legend has the light you are talking about, LS has the lights he is talking about, they are actually nice imo, but you also if they do annoy or distract you, you can turn the dimmer nob all the way low and it turns them off (or maybe just dims them so low they can't even show any light)
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shaylord is right, those are the ones i'm talking about.... I'm gonna have to take some photos for you guys though cos it seems there are so many differences.

Buttons on my legend- the three on the left side of the instrument cluster are select, reset, and rear demist. on the right are tilt, slide, and close (sunroof), and the four by the key are tcs, front fog, cruise on, and cruise off. The dimmer switches are on the opposite side.

I noticed another difference too.... lhd cars have a hand operated handbrake. rhd have a third pedal like the big mercs etc.
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The JDM Nav system looks sweet! I've never seent that before.
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i have the dimming courtesy lights and the auto tilt wheel. It was a USDM option. i'll note the digital outside temp gauge and digital tripometer and the door sills. i will also note the auto-on headlights. pictures people! pictures! lol keep up the good work guys.
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All legend has the light you are talking about, LS has the lights he is talking about, they are actually nice imo, but you also if they do annoy or distract you, you can turn the dimmer nob all the way low and it turns them off (or maybe just dims them so low they can't even show any light)
Oh, I see. To tell you the truth, I would have liked the auto exterior lights and the Navi more than anything.
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i would of liked the digital display for trip and external temp.

also i would like to add, i know its not an option but a cool feature and its standard equipment on my car is the outside key hole on driver/passenger side lights up in the luminscent green color.

have u guys noticed that?
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my handle broke on my 94 ls and I ordered a new painted one from acura and when I got it it had the light up keyhole, my old one didnt.. It was weird
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