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Just noting the new app seems to have dropped Apple Watch functionality. Otherwise very clean.
 

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Were you ever able to pair your Apple Watch to the vehicle? I haven’t been able to - it never has paired
 

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Yeah, my series 4 pairs fine. I have both remote apps on my phone now. now to keep the watch functionality going.
 

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That’s so odd. I have the 4 series as well, and it won’t pair. Did you follow any particular pairing process other than the standard steps for pairing? iPhone 11 paired right up with no issues, the watch won’t 🤨
 

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That is odd, sorry I don't. You might try to redownload the "older" remote app. I also have an iPhone 11 Pro. When you download the app it automatically throws it on the watch and that it is it. Paired and turned on automatically.
 

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The remote app is also on my watch. I was referring to pairing the actual watch to the vehicle, like the iPhone. I can no longer leave my phone at home because the Apple Watch 4 won’t pair to the car (2017 RR HSE)
 

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Oh, I see. I don't have cell service on my watch. I always need my phone to pair it up, it's always with me.
 

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Can someone help decipher the amount of DEF needed to refill the tank? Is it 32 gallons, 3 or 2 gallons, 3.2 gallons???

And when did the service interval change from 16,000 to 19,883 miles???
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What does the manual say about DEF tank capacity? I would imagine it's definitely not 32 gallons. I think it meant (3) 2 Gallon bottles? Since 3.2 gallons seem like a weird number. So 6 Gallons might be where it's at.

-ThinkMac-
 
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