Originally Posted by seemebreakthis
Finally done Angel Eye Brightness coding. Yes it does work for my DTEC CREE AEs (I heard LUX AEs has built in capacitor to negate the coding effect, so I feel lucky to have purchased these DTEC ones).
First of all, coding needed to turn on Angel Eyes (my LCI E90 has a FRM3_E89.C32 NFRM module):
TAGFAHRLICHT_ECE_1 --> aktiv
VERHALTEN_DRL_TFL --> drl_s
DRL_TFL_MIT_SL_1 --> aktiv
Now with NETTODAT coding (I used NCSDummy), coding the following will alter the angel eye's voltage to 12.5V at all times (again in FRM3_E89.C32)
PWM_SL_1_FKT_BL_TFL --> 0B, 1C
PWM_SL_1_FKT_PARKL --> 0B, 1C
PWM_SL_1_FKT_SL_TFL --> 0B, 1C
To alter the voltage (i.e. the '0B, 1C' part), use this formula:
Voltage * 4095 digits / 18V = the value to code (hexadecimal)
Now I have bright(er) AEs day and night.
I know this is an old thread haha but its the closest thing i could find. What does the "0B, 1C" part mean? Do i literally put that where it says "wert_06"?