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Posted by: Ericdhvac
06-22-2022, 01:29 AM
Forum: Transmission & Drivetrain
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Good evening fellow Vaners,
I picked up my 22’ Venice last Saturday and also got the small luggage rack and bump shifter since they had them in stock (and they were 15% off for Father’s Day).
Started the install this evening and find that the instructions are for an earlier year Venice, the shifter itself went pretty smoothly but the adjustment to the shifter linkage under the hood is completely different.
Does anyone have any insight to where the adjustment is made?

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Posted by: sabbott1958
06-20-2022, 05:11 AM
Forum: Interior Mods
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Posted by: bockstroker
06-13-2022, 08:25 PM
Forum: Ask a Site Question
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How about adding a driving, road conditions section on the forum.  What are some experiences or impressions out on the road. As for my experience, these vehicles really do not handle wet road very well at all. Prone to hydroplane at modest speeds.  My guess is fairly light vehicle ~#1500, large tires equals much larger contact area than a motorcycle. If you can imaging F-1 cars on slicks.  Spun my on a banked curve, in the rain, ended up in the opposite ditch. No real damage other than collecting lots of mud in the wheels and some dirty shorts Dodgy. I know probably avoid riding in the rain, but lets face the facts, sooner or later you will be caught out in it.  Slow way, way down and avoid all standing water.  Trust me I know.

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Posted by: bockstroker
06-13-2022, 08:01 PM
Forum: Exterior & Cosmetic Mods
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Realized that this thing has some huge blind spots.  Added an 8" universal rear view, glue on, much better, except for the vibration that makes the image bounce around. Still work well in town to see those vehicles behind you.  Also replaced the side mirrors with convex.  Nice stainless units but had to drill out the mounting hole. Just generic truck mirrors, 5" in think.

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Posted by: Rustknf
06-08-2022, 09:51 PM
Forum: New Member Introductions
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Hello everyone my name is Ken and I am a new Vanderhall owner in Dallas Texas. I have the 2022 Venice GTS. I am excited to share thoughts and ideas with everyone and be a part of this forum.

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Posted by: RustyTeeth
06-06-2022, 04:36 PM
Forum: General Maintenance & Troubleshooting
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Seem when i fill my tank, i get a nice puddle of gas under tank. I only filled it a few times. Could this be the overflow i see on filler neck? Or is this the cause of the evap vacuum leak code that pops up? Intermittently. Thought was gas cap that was causing leak. But cap seems to be tight.

Guess my question is how can it be a sealed system that can detect slight evap pressure and have an open overflow hose. 
Thx

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Posted by: Digglesby
05-23-2022, 09:30 PM
Forum: New Member Introductions
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Just got the VIN a few days ago for our new Carmel, currently in production in sunny Utah.   We were in Miami and visited The Roadster Guys in FL a couple weeks ago and were able to see a few they had there and put in our order.  Ordered an Atomic Green Carmel Blackjack with all the GT upgrades (other than leather) plus a couple other options.  Should be ready for pickup in June.  Also ordered the BNR tune and hopefully it’ll be here prior to the Vanderhall. We are planning to drive it back home to Charlotte from FL for its first trip, which promises to be an adventure!   Super excited!

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Posted by: RustyTeeth
05-17-2022, 01:31 PM
Forum: General Maintenance & Troubleshooting
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After a bit of research the lines that run out to the A arms flex with temperatures, body flex,steering and misrouted cables.  The fix is a small hoop to route cables keeping them from hitting and destroying the cables and CV accordion looking boot.

Do a quick visual and see if your in potential harm.
Have a  pix of a bad and a nicer routing. The silver metal hoop holds cabling safely away.

Year seems to have nothing to do with it.

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Posted by: MN_Number_Muncher
05-13-2022, 07:40 PM
Forum: General Maintenance & Troubleshooting
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Hey all!  I'll start by saying I have a call into my dealership already and am just waiting to hear back.  Figured I'd see if anyone else had this issue while I wait.  Picked up my 2022 Venice last weekend and just turned over the 100 mark this morning (don't judge, it's been raining almost every day since we got it), however it's not displaying the 1 in the hundreds spot on the odometer.  The tens and ones digits are still working as expected.  This also appears to be the case on the trip odometer too.  Had anyone had a similar issue and was able to fix it easily?  I'm thinking they'll need to replace the speedo/odometer.  At least I can still drive and enjoy it while I wait.  Smile

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Posted by: lct
05-12-2022, 02:50 PM
Forum: General Maintenance & Troubleshooting
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Hi, just bought a new 2022 Venice GTS and after 260 miles I got the check engine light on. The car ran smooth and no issues while in idle, but I took to the dealership anyway. It took them several days to get back to me, saying that they ran the scanner and found that the error code for the gas cap sensor, they contacted Vanderhall who told them to clear the code and ride for 60 miles and see if the check engine light would come back on again.

I went to pick up the car, they had put 10 miles on it already. I brought it back home, drove a few times, and around 70 miles after clearing the code the check engine light got back on again. I called the dealership and they want me to take the vehicle back for another tests (what ever that means).

 I bought a OBD reader and scanned the codes, see the attachment. I'm looking for guidance since the dealership is kind far from me.

EDIT: attachment did got through. Here are the codes:
P0442 EVA System Leak Detected
P0650 MIL Control circuit/Open

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