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What happens with multiple warnings?

Just wondered; if more than one warning occurs, do they stay in display memory in sequence (so you see the other warning with the next click on "i") or does the latter override the former and you always have the latest warning displayed?
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I really don't know, but you made me curious....
Maybe can try to test with an almost empty tank and then ask the passenger to release the passenger seatbelt....
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I got the low fuel warning, and shortly after the low temperature warning this morning.

Cancelling the low temp warning (I know it's only there for a few seconds anyway) brought the low fuel warning to the fore. Cancelling that left just the illuminated 'i' showing on the top section. Pressing the 'i' then brought just the low fuel warning back.

... I obviously have too much time on my hands!
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Nothing wrong with having to much time!
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yes if you read the novel that came with your car it says the stack up in order or prioty and can be changed by the press of the i button .
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yes if you read the novel that came with your car it says the stack up in order or prioty and can be changed by the press of the i button .
Uhh.. Thanks, I must have overlooked it..
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