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    Adjusting time-delay on leaving/coming-home lights...

    Hi folks,

    Just a quick one - My works' car is a Mk5 Golf (estate - so a Jetta really); and this is the second one I've had - the first had a more comprehensive DIS setup, which allowed you to set options for all kinds of things via the stalk (incuding the time-out for the lights); this one however isn't quite so easily configurable. Leaving/Coming-home lights are activated on it, but I was wondering if there's any way of adjusting the delay using VCDS?

    I've had a look at the long coding for Central Electrics and Convenience but can't see anything that looks like it's the charm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FactionOne View Post
    Hi folks,

    Just a quick one - My works' car is a Mk5 Golf (estate - so a Jetta really); and this is the second one I've had - the first had a more comprehensive DIS setup, which allowed you to set options for all kinds of things via the stalk (incuding the time-out for the lights); this one however isn't quite so easily configurable. Leaving/Coming-home lights are activated on it, but I was wondering if there's any way of adjusting the delay using VCDS?

    I've had a look at the long coding for Central Electrics and Convenience but can't see anything that looks like it's the charm...

    Regards,

    Rob.
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    its in central electrics
    adaption 1 = coming home stay on time 0-120 secs (i think in steps of 10 or 20)
    adaption 2 = leaving home (stay on before you close the door to drive off) again 0-120 secs
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    Doh! I should've had a look in adaption for Central Electrics - I had actually looked through the channels for Central Convenience but didn't think to check the other!

    Thanks for your help chaps

    As soon as there's a break in the rain I'll head outside to have a play with it!

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    Thanks again guys... Just been out and now I have 30 seconds coming-home, 60 seconds leaving-home

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