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RSCA button question

Hey guys, i just wanna know when you press RSCA button does it show on the dash? Because when i press it idk if its on or off.

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I haven't tried it in a while, but i think you have to hold it down for a few seconds to activate. Then you see some confirmation on the dash.

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Hold it down and it turns off the RSCA

Rollover Side Curtain Airbags I believe.

So if your rock climbing or offroading the airbags wont go off.


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From what i understand, it doesn't actually turn them off. The RSCA button increases the lean angle that would otherwise set off the side curtain bags. So you can get sideways on a hill without issue, but if you roll they should still go off.

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i would like not to test either of those.


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