When driving the Solstice my elbow hits the cupholder right behind the shifter and it opens. Does anybody else have that happen to them?
That happend to me too, but then I woke up and realized I am still waiting for mine to show upSolTex said:
With even more delays reported at the factory, you may vary well be the only one who has a Sol to have such a problem! :glol:SolTex said:
Try leaving it open for a few days to train yourself to shift with it that way.SolTex said:
Yep ... I've already had it happen a dozen times or so. Same thing with my passenger's knee popping open the front cupholder accidentally. It is somewhat annoying ... I thought about rigging some sort of "safety switch" on the thing to keep it from popping open by mistake, but I don't want anything that's going to be an eyesore. It would be nice if you had to push it in a bit further before it released, so it had to be done intentionally with a finger. Oh well ... I guess it probably depends on the individual's proportions whether it would be an issue or not.SolTex said:
:lol: :lol: I've done the very same thing a few times!Ex-Miata Man said:My problem has been at the opposite end. I must shift with my thumb facing forward because I'm always turning on, or turning off, my radio. I love the location of the radio knob, I just have to train myself to hold the shifter with my entire hand. :lol:
Ahh yes... Classical Conditioning.solli4me said:Good idea! Are you sure your name's not Pavlov? (The Russian psychiatrist who conditioned the dog to respond to the sound of a bell) :lol:
You already want it SHORTER?!2091351 said:Needed-Countersunk Shift knob to lower (shorten) Shifter.
Where are the Aftermaket FOLKS?