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Old 10-29-2017, 10:43 PM
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Default Angel eye brightness

I have an 2017 340 and am trying to find out how to increase the brightness of my led angel eyes with the headlights turned on. I have led headlights if that helps. Tried looking in fem-body for 3062 MAPPING_STANDL_V_L_PWM_LEVEL_1 and MAPPING_STANDL_V_R_PWM_LEVEL_1 but dont have that exact option.


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Default Angel eye brightness

Well not sure about EVO but for NBT itís
Angel LED Brightness (Xenon Headlamps or LED Headlamps required)

These adjust the brightness of the Angel LEDs. The values are in Hex. (Ex. 0% = 00, 25% = 19, 50% = 32, 100% = 64) Supposedly doesnít Module Section Function Value Default Comment

FEM_BODY 3062 MAPPING_PARKL_V_L_PWM_LEVEL_1 32
Change Parking Light Brightness (Left)

FEM_BODY 3062 MAPPING_PARKL_V_R_PWM_LEVEL_1 32
Change Parking Light Brightness (Right)

FEM_BODY 3062 MAPPING_STANDL_V_L_PWM_LEVEL_1 32
Change Angel Eye Brightness when headlamps on (Left)

FEM_BODY 3062 MAPPING_STANDL_V_R_PWM_LEVEL_1 32
Change Angel Eye Brightness when headlamps on (Right)

FEM_BODY 3062 MAPPING_TAGFAHRL_V_L_PWM_LEVEL_1 32 Change Day-Run Light Brightness (Left)

FEM_BODY 3062 MAPPING_TAGFAHRL_V_R_PWM_LEVEL_1 32 Change Day-Run Light Brightness (Right)

If you donít have this option, what is in that folder then? Could you take a screenshot?



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The picture donít show, try again


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You should use pwr standard. That is the same as pwr_1



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Thanks, i'll give it a try
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Still no luck, changed it to 100%/werte 64, i'll keep searching.
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