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Keeping the Stock Wing Up All the Time?

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Is there any way to keep the factory wing up all the time? I'm sick of pushing that up/down button under the drivers seat... I live in downtown, so I never am able to go over 20mph... I figure, since I paid for that d*mn wing, I might as well flaunt it :>

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As AZURA said, I am pretty sure (99%) that when you raise the spoiler with the button, it will NOT go back down until you use the button to lower the spoiler. I learned this in a way similar to what you are asking.....I wanted it to raise when I was on the highway but never got to hit 75 so I raised it at 55 and when I got home......STILL UP! I have noticed that if I manually raise it AND then go over 75 it will lower itself since it was tripped at 75. Hope this helps. Besides, why would you want that thing up ALL the time (i.e., when it is parked, etc.)???

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This is how it works.

The tail auto raises at 74 MPH and goes down aagin at 38 MPH.

If you use the footwell switch (or an in dash mod tail switch) to raise

the tail it will stay up all the time. However if you turn the ignition off

and remove the key, then put the key back in and restart the car, the tail will stay up until the OBC realises you are coming down from speed of "any" kind past 38 MPH and you then hit that 38MPH. So in otherwords, if you start your car, the tail up. Then drive it to say 50 MPH, the tail stays up. But when you slow down again and it hits 38 MPH, it will auto retract. You can bypass the auto retrac by immediatly pressing the up-tail switch when you start your car regardless if it is already up. If you do that then the tail stays up......until you restart your car.....and so it goes on.....

Notice that to put the tail down you have to hold the switch in. Wheras to lift the tail only requires a momentary switch. I would love to find a hack that fixes this. I hate holding the switch in.

Us poses, I dunno ;-)

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