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Old 05-28-2017, 07:01 AM
jiangleo jiangleo is offline
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Increase DRL brightness level via E-sys issue

Hi, guys!
I tried to increase the DRL's brightness for my 2015 i3 via E-sys. I used the Coding Parameters (cheat sheet) I found from this forum. But I am not able to locate the code line in the e-sys. Under 3062, there are no such things as MAPPING_STANDL_V_L_PWM_LEVEL_1 or MAPPING_STANDL_V_R_PWM_LEVEL_1.

Any of you successfully had this done? Thank you!

Here are the codes from the sheet:
BDC Body Module:

Increase DRL Brightness to be brighter (increases voltage to the LED Bulbs)
3062 ***61664; MAPPING_STANDL_V_L_PWM_LEVEL_1 set to: 13.7v
3062 ***61664; MAPPING_STANDL_V_R_PWM_LEVEL_1 set to: 13.7v
3062 ***61664; MAPPING_PARKL_1_V_L_PWM_1_LEFT set to: 13.7v
3062 ***61664; MAPPING_PARKL_1_V_L_PWM_2_RIGHT set to: 13.7v
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