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      10-27-2012, 04:48 AM   #1
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DRL stay at same lightig level

Experts? can i keep the DRL beam staying at the same lighting level even when i switch on the lights? mainly I dont want it to dim
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Experts? can i keep the DRL beam staying at the same lighting level even when i switch on the lights? mainly I dont want it to dim
Yes, you should know advance coding.
Or
You can ask Grant to do it for you.
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Im in Egypt, i did some simple coding myself before, so there is no DIY for this one?
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PWM_RL_BL_1_FKT_SL change to wert_01

Angels eyes stay same brightness regardless of what light is on. Code this line using NCSexpert. Good luck
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PWM_RL_BL_1_FKT_SL change to wert_01

Angels eyes stay same brightness regardless of what light is on. Code this line using NCSexpert. Good luck
is this for lci?
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This is for FRM2 module
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I found NFRM, and FRM don't have frm2, would the code be different because I searched for it and couldn't find it
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I found NFRM, and FRM don't have nfrm2, would the code be different, as I didn't find it when I processed the ecu
NFRM is fine. That's is FRM2 just named differently on NCS
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I couldn't find it as you described above, would it be written differently.
I go to NFRM module, then process the ecu to NFRM as well, I go to the trc file, and find lots of codes starting with pwm, but the rest is always different. Any thoughts
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I couldn't find it as you described above, would it be written differently.
I go to NFRM module, then process the ecu to NFRM as well, I go to the trc file, and find lots of codes starting with pwm, but the rest is always different. Any thoughts
You probably have the newer module frm3
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You probably have the newer module frm3
so!! can it be done, or what?
actually one of the screen in the NCSexpert, it writes down FRM3 blablabla.....FRM7
I added my TRC file if you want to take a look at it.

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so!! can it be done, or what?
actually one of the screen in the NCSexpert, it writes down FRM3 blablabla.....FRM7
I added my TRC file if you want to take a look at it.

thanks alot for the support
You have FRM3. I don't know the value to change for that. Only FRM2. Sorry
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You have FRM3. I don't know the value to change for that. Only FRM2. Sorry
thanks alot for your efforts, can you direct me to someone who might be familiar with FRM3, or shall i start a new thread with FRM3 on the title?
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I would start a new thread.
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PWM_RL_BL_1_FKT_SL change to wert_01

Angels eyes stay same brightness regardless of what light is on. Code this line using NCSexpert. Good luck
I have an E90 LCI (2009) with NFRM (FRM2). Do you know if this works? I might just try it and see.

Thanks!
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I have an E90 LCI (2009) with NFRM (FRM2). Do you know if this works? I might just try it and see.

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YES...I have NFRM module on my car
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YES...I have NFRM module on my car
I'm going to do the following:

*AE brightness when parking lights: PWM_RL_BL_1_FKT_BL: wert_03 -> wert_01
*AE brightness when headlight on: PWM_RL_BL_1_FKT_SL: wert_07 -> wert_01

Other than that, which one in the module is the welcome light?
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I'm going to do the following:

*AE brightness when parking lights: PWM_RL_BL_1_FKT_BL: wert_03 -> wert_01
*AE brightness when headlight on: PWM_RL_BL_1_FKT_SL: wert_07 -> wert_01

Other than that, which one in the module is the welcome light?
did you get this to work?...

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did you get this to work?...

thx!
Yes, it works, but I put it back to stock because at night, it looks like you have halogen blobs. Too bright. OEM is best.
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Yes, it works, but I put it back to stock because at night, it looks like you have halogen blobs. Too bright. OEM is best.
Justin (or anyone)...i enabled the DRL option for the AE thru NCS...all i'd like to do is increase the voltage to make them brighter - i DO NOT want to change the default setting of the AE for when the headlights are on, etc...

my head is spinning trying to sort out what is the field i need to change to increase the AE for DRL only...i have read that people feel this should be changed via NCSDummy - which i will do...i just need to know what field i change to make this happen for DRL only...

i have a 05/2008 built e91 sportswagon with adaptive xenon...

thanks...R

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Oh, I have an LCI car, I don't know. E90 LCI cars are already set to highest STOCK factory brightness for Corona Ring DRL.
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