[200q20v] Re: [s-cars] Fog Light Switch

Kevin Phillips kevphill at mediaone.net
Sun Mar 18 17:55:30 EST 2001

Then there's the others who won't put ANY lights on at all in bad weather
conditions. They should also be fined for dangerous driving.
Infact lets say anyone not driving a 4WD car should be had up for driving a
dangerous car !!!!

Kevin Phillips AIM "quattrohead"
Western Massachusetts
1990 200q
1995 900 SET
Cell 413 519 9034

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Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2001 17:07
To: Brett Dikeman
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Subject: Re: [200q20v] Re: [s-cars] Fog Light Switch

Brett Dikeman wrote:
> I think you have that backwards?  The fronts are seperate, the "rear"
> activates both.  This is the way most(all?) fog switches I've seen in euro
> cars work; think about it...for light fog, you'd only want additional
> front lighting.  For heavy fog, you'd want both, the rear for safety.

Yep, got it backwards. Sorry.

>   Of course, Audi is just the sort of company to -not- do what makes
> sense("hey, let's confuse the hell out of those stupid Americans
> and...")  Thank god, because that's better than the Jaguar(pardon, I meant
> Jag-ie-u-AR) engineers, who said "Let's -piss off- those stupid
> Americans"  Anyone that's ever been behind a Jaguar(I mean...oh,
> nevermind) with the rear fogs on knows exactly what I mean...

I do _exacly_ know whAT  you mean. Of all the idiots driving with the
fogs on all the time the Jags are the most annoying. Sometimes I feel
like sling-shooting the damn blinding red light in front of me. I
remember Phil saying that in the UK the use of a fog light in clear
weather results in a ticket on the spot. Too bad it is not the case
around here.

Igor Kessel
'97 S6, PA plate "KBATTPO"
'98 A4, PA plate "KBATPO"
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