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Fellas and Ladies :smile2:,
Noob here and I have a question. Beneath the the front bumper of the car there are 2 tabs next to the left and right tires. Is this to alert you the tire is approaching a curb?


 

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I would think that is what they are for, at least it would make perfect sense!!! But I honestly don’t know what they are for either!Sorry but awesome color choice!! I have an SI Prestige and I get soo many compliments on the color! Super easy to maintain as well! Congrats and enjoy!!!
 

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Guys I looked in the manual, either I missed it or they just don't mention it. You guys/gals have the same under your G70's? As a curb notifier I would think they would have a better solution?
 

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Fellas and Ladies :smile2:,
Noob here and I have a question. Beneath the the front bumper of the car there are 2 tabs next to the left and right tires. Is this to alert you the tire is approaching a curb?


If they are there to “detect” a high parking block, they don’t work. I already have a minor scrape - not really visible, but I heard it. The front sonar warning alert sounded, but I assumed that it was the for pole that was about 4 feet away. I won’t assume next time. ?
 

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If they are there to “detect” a high parking block, they don’t work. I already have a minor scrape - not really visible, but I heard it. The front sonar warning alert sounded, but I assumed that it was the for pole that was about 4 feet away. I won’t assume next time. ?



Thanks for the replies. I did some more digging couldnt find an answer. However, speaking to someone on the phone thinks it just was part of the manufacturing process but serves no real purpose.
 
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