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Old 12-24-2015, 11:14 AM
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Lightbulb Auto lights on any BMW on lights position 2

So, saw that i can code with NCS Expert an option like this.
I want to disable parking lights, when i turn off car, and keep the lights to position 2 all the time, so i don't have to activate(2) and dezactivate(0) all the time. :d
i googled alot, and looked up in ncs dummy and i couldn't find anything like this, can anyone help me?
i have E46 facelift coupe 2004 with LSZ.C35.

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Old 01-10-2016, 01:20 PM
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Hey, you need the
set to aktiv
it should allow you to let the switch on the 2nd position.
if you want it on the 1st position, than you have to buy a c37
and code then:
PO_ALS_DRL aktiv
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