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Just received my Karma and I have an issue I haven't seen reported so far.

The red backlights on the PRND pyramid flutter (raise and lower in intensity) at random times while driving. This behavior does not seem to be associated with any particular action (acceleration, etc.)

Anybody else experiencing this behavior?
 

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FredFriendly said:
Just received my Karma and I have an issue I haven't seen reported so far.

The red backlights on the PRND pyramid flutter (raise and lower in intensity) at random times while driving. This behavior does not seem to be associated with any particular action (acceleration, etc.)

Anybody else experiencing this behavior?
See this thread.
 

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Fabulist said:
FredFriendly said:
Just received my Karma and I have an issue I haven't seen reported so far.

The red backlights on the PRND pyramid flutter (raise and lower in intensity) at random times while driving. This behavior does not seem to be associated with any particular action (acceleration, etc.)

Anybody else experiencing this behavior?
See this thread.
I think there's a problem with Fab's link above (too many "http"s). Try this one instead: Thread-PRND-Disco-Lights
 

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LonePalmBJ said:
I think there's a problem with Fab's link above (too many "http"s). Try this one instead: Thread-PRND-Disco-Lights
Thanks for the correction. That's what happens when I try to use an IPAD for anything other than reading. :D
 

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Some early cars were miswired, however mostly it is a "design element" according tot he last engineer i spoke to about it.
 

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Some early cars were miswired, however mostly it is a "design element" according tot he last engineer i spoke to about it.
With 'design element', do you mean it has a purpose? My PRND-buttons blink occassionaly and it's a bit distracting, so if there's a fix for it I would welcome it.
 

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i think it meant to represent a heart beat or something. i agree it's distracting, but unfortunitly, i do not know of a way to make it stop
 

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Nimisys said:
Some early cars were miswired, however mostly it is a "design element" according tot he last engineer i spoke to about it.
Hmmm, I'm a software designer from way back and whenever we had a problem that wasn't clearly a flaw, the joke was, "that's not a bug, it's a feature!".

I really hope Fisker isn't going to resort to that canard....
 
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