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Hi. Thanks to few posters in this forum, I have finally disabled permanently the IS&G. With a small cutout piece from a credit card. bend both ends so that all you have to do is insert both ends onto the space between the adjacent switches while pressing down the IS&G switch. This will forever keep the IS&G switch pressed so that every time you start the car, IS&G is always disabled. Be careful not to depress the adjacent switch.
 

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I installed mine straight up and down and wedged it between the stop/start and the traction control/lane assist buttons and you can hardly notice it.Cut it to the length and depth of the button when pushed in and all is good.
 

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I installed mine straight up and down and wedged it between the stop/start and the traction control/lane assist buttons and you can hardly notice it.Cut it to the length and depth of the button when pushed in and all is good.
Take something pointed and pry it out for removal.The piece can only go so far in and it will bottom out.
 

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Hi. Thanks to few posters in this forum, I have finally disabled permanently the IS&G. With a small cutout piece from a credit card. bend both ends so that all you have to do is insert both ends onto the space between the adjacent switches while pressing down the IS&G switch. This will forever keep the IS&G switch pressed so that every time you start the car, IS&G is always disabled. Be careful not to depress the adjacent switch.
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I don't know if this is good or bad, mine stopped working on its own. I'm debating if I should have that looked at in case there is another problem,
 

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I don't know if this is good or bad, mine stopped working on its own. I'm debating if I should have that looked at in case there is another problem,
It’s been a week since I permanently disbled mine and it’s still disabled.
 

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I don't know if this is good or bad, mine stopped working on its own. I'm debating if I should have that looked at in case there is another problem,
It could also be the conditions just aren't right and the ISG won't work because it, the owners manual lists all the reasons.
 

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Too difficult to push the button?
What do you mean? Once you wedge the piece of credit card cutout on both sides of the ISG button, you don’t have to be pressing any button. Every time you start the car it is alread pressed and automatically disables the ISG. Mine is inconspicuous because I colored the sides of the credit card cutouts with black marker pen.
 

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I did mine on both sides which made it very tight and secure.
 

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Hi. Thanks to few posters in this forum, I have finally disabled permanently the IS&G. With a small cutout piece from a credit card. bend both ends so that all you have to do is insert both ends onto the space between the adjacent switches while pressing down the IS&G switch. This will forever keep the IS&G switch pressed so that every time you start the car, IS&G is always disabled. Be careful not to depress the adjacent switch.
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YES THANKS I hated the damn setting!
 

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Not everyone wants their vehicle shutting off every time you stop to save wear and tear on parts.
 
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