Does your car actually have Rainsense wipers? I saw in the GM ordering guide, it suggested the '09 car had them. But since the new V's don't, I thought perhaps it was a mistake in the guide.Loss of Rainsense wipers and footwell LED lighting after 2009. Also, loss of GM chiclet on front rocker panels and "CTS" and "V" reversed from '09 position.
I believe it was a supplier issue that eliminated the feature after the 2009 model year. Too bad, I really like it and use it all the time.Does your car actually have Rainsense wipers? I saw in the GM ordering guide, it suggested the '09 car had them. But since the new V's don't, I thought perhaps it was a mistake in the guide.
It seems poor that the car doesn't include that. It's a nice feature, and is available on many "lesser" GM cars.
When you have the headlights on (brights off) and pull the lever toward you, it will turn the brights on for a second and then turns them off even if you hold it down. I think they call it the "flash to pass" feature. Hope that makes sense.I really don't know what marktanner meant by "single flash at a time" on the 2010.
Sorry ted. I just realized the headlights don't have to be on. That would defeat the purpose of flash to pass.JOEYCTS-V, Not really. marktanner was talking about a feature that does not require that the headlights already be on. You are explaining a feature that requires the headlights already be on - completely different from what marktanner was talking about. In the case of my 2004 and 2005, which did not use the same HID light for both bright and normal headlights, the "flash to pass" feature turned on the high beams (not HID) as long as the headlight stalk was pulled toward the driver, whether or not the headlights were on. Again, this is not the same as what you explained.