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Old 05-24-2021, 11:18 AM   #41
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So too my first long trip in the Tellaro this weekend. The winds were gusting off the coast at 20 - 30 mph. If the Promaster has crosswind assist it wasn’t assisting at all. Driving was pretty laborious.

Kinda of wondering if the system settings were controlled via the stock radio system and is set to off with the installation of the pioneer.
I thought the same thing so I read through the manual ... The manual states it is always on and there is nothing indicating it can be shut off. HOWEVER, on another forum I did see someone commenting that the original radio is needed to turn it on ... so now I am not sure.

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Old 09-08-2021, 07:38 AM   #42
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Hi....I had the option to get "Vulnerable side Monitoring" and "Cross-way Detection" to work by refreshing the SW in the Maestro unit. The Maestro is a plastic box that is between the Pioneer and the Promaster. See Facebook "Travato Owners and Wannabees" for more data. My scramble clock likewise works. However I don't recollect it ever not working.
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