Is anyone as "dense" as me about the standard position of the rear view monitor in the PC? I feel foolish posting this, but maybe someone else can benefit from my latest discovery:
I've been less than happy with the need to turn my head so much in order to get a good view of the monitor. I'm somewhat "height handicapped" and have needed to tilt my head up to even see the monitor while driving. I've been considering moving the monitor to the rear view mirror position as Ron has suggested in previous posts.
I just discovered that the monitor doesn't need to stay in the position it was in when the PC was delivered to us. It finally occurred to me to look behind the monitor and see how easy it is to adjust the position to my liking. I can now shift my eyes to it about as easy as when looking at the Ford rear view mirror. This works fine for me and I can keep the Ford mirror with its handy temperature and direction features.
The good part of the story is that it only took about 6,000 miles of driving to discover this.