Posted by Mashable on October 17, 2018 11:29:58If you’re a carpenter or are looking to install a new dash monitor, you might need a little help.
The new Pulse Scan feature allows you to scan your dash and other interior components without touching the car’s paint or glass.
It works like this:The dashboard sits in the center of your dash, with the windows and vents facing up.
The dash itself is a single layer of paint or plastic.
If you’re using a dash with a built-in dash reader, you’ll need to open up the dashboard, locate the reader and tap it once.
The reader will read the information in the dashboard and turn on the LED lights.
If the display is off, the dash will stay dark and you’ll have to press a button to turn it on.
It also works if the dashboard is mounted on a wall.
Once you have the dash open, you can tap the Pulse Scan button to start scanning the dash.
Once you’ve scanned the dash, the LED light will turn green and the dash indicator will light up.
If the dash isn’t fully illuminated, you have to turn the dashboard back on to scan the dash again.
The LED will go green once you’ve done so.
The Pulse Scan features a variety of functions, but one of the coolest is the ability to turn on/off the LEDs when the dash is not in use.
That way, you don’t have to keep your hands on the dash while you’re scanning it.
You can turn off the LEDs while you are at home, while in a vehicle or in the backseat of your car.
The feature is also customizable so you can turn it off and on to fit your vehicle.
You’ll have the option of turning the lights on or off as well as turning them off and off when you’re not driving.
There are two ways to turn off Pulse Scan:One of the best ways to disable Pulse Scan is to manually turn it back on.
Once Pulse Scan turns on, the dashboard LED lights will remain green and you can see the dashboard indicator light.
When the dash LED lights are off, Pulse Scan will turn off automatically.
Once Pulse Scan has been turned off, you won’t have the chance to turn back on Pulse Scan once it’s turned off.
You can also manually turn Pulse Scan off and back on at the same time.
This will disable Pulse Strobe, but you can manually turn the LED on/offs again.
Once the LED is off again, Pulse Stagger will turn the dash off automatically again.
You won’t need to turn Pulse Stig on and off again to turn pulse scan back on again.
Pulse Stagger is another feature that is useful for many people.
It’s an option that will turn on and on the LEDs in the dash when you have Pulse Scan turned on, but it will also turn the LEDs off when the car is not running.
It works like Pulse Stramble does.
Once it’s off, it will turn PulseStagger off automatically once you’re done driving.
If you’ve never used Pulse Scan before, here are a few tips to get you started.