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      12-25-2013, 10:53 PM   #1
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How could I disable tail light in DRL

Hi All,

I have E92(335i) 2008/Dec.. I am just beginner with coding.

I have already coded with digital speed display and day run light.

In the day run light coding, at this moment, Angel eyes and tail lights are on.
by changing the parameter of DAYDRIVING_LIGHT from perm_off to standard.

How could I disable tail light off in DRL mode?

I think that these parameters relate to turning off tail light in DRL mode.
・DRL_TFL_MIT_RL_BL_1 : activ to nicht_aktiv
・DRL_TFL_MIT_RL_BL_2 : activ to nicht_activ

But I cannot understand the differences between these two parameters.

Could anyone show me the answer?

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      12-25-2013, 10:56 PM   #2
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Hi All,

I have E92(335i) 2008/Dec.. I am just beginner with coding.

I have already coded with digital speed display and day run light.

In the day run light coding, at this moment, Angel eyes and tail lights are on.
by changing the parameter of DAYDRIVING_LIGHT from perm_off to standard.

How could I disable tail light off in DRL mode?

I think that these parameters relate to turning off tail light in DRL mode.
・DRL_TFL_MIT_RL_BL_1 : activ to nicht_aktiv
・DRL_TFL_MIT_RL_BL_2 : activ to nicht_activ

But I cannot understand the differences between these two parameters.

Could anyone show me the answer?

Best,
Takeyyz

i know nothing of coding.

i would like my speed on the digi also. Do i need a special mod/tool/device? or is it all pressing buttons etc?

thx

g/l with yr questions
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Hi All,

I have E92(335i) 2008/Dec.. I am just beginner with coding.

I have already coded with digital speed display and day run light.

In the day run light coding, at this moment, Angel eyes and tail lights are on.
by changing the parameter of DAYDRIVING_LIGHT from perm_off to standard.

How could I disable tail light off in DRL mode?

I think that these parameters relate to turning off tail light in DRL mode.
・DRL_TFL_MIT_RL_BL_1 : activ to nicht_aktiv
・DRL_TFL_MIT_RL_BL_2 : activ to nicht_activ


But I cannot understand the differences between these two parameters.

Could anyone show me the answer?

Best,
Takeyyz
I've successfully coded this on my 08' e92. DRL_TFL_MIT_RL_BL_2 change to nicht_aktiv
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I've successfully coded this on my 08' e92. DRL_TFL_MIT_RL_BL_2 change to nicht_aktiv
Thanks for your reply. I will try to set parameterRL_TFL_MIT_RL_BL_2 to nicht_activ.

To display speed as digital value, there is no preset button. It need to change code. Welcome to coding world!
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