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Vcds All round DRL

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by desktopdell, Oct 27, 2013.

  1. desktopdell

    desktopdell New Member

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    Hi all, Has this been done on your A3 2009 DRLs running front & Rear!
     
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  3. Phil-1

    Phil-1 Well-Known Member
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    Sorry can't help you, but I would be interested if it's possible

    Phil
     
  4. Brodster

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    This is to do with the Scandinavian settings for the lights in [09] Cent Elect
     
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    desktopdell and RobbieWebs like this.
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    RobbieWebs Well-Known Member
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    Great thread, can totally understand about the sidelights feeling inadequate.
    Can see how wanting the LEDs on the back on as they do look smart 👍
     
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    How about turning the DRLs off and using normal lights! Basically you're trying to make the lights on all the time lol

    Noticing a huge amount of people driving around in dawn and dusk/night with just "DRLs" on. One guy you could see his dash fully lit up, no lights on at the back and blinding front DRLs at 6:30am (ie dark). He probably thought he had lights on. The scandinavians have had dipped lights on for years (think Volvo), don't see the point of DRLs as some are dim, some are bright, but most are blinding when daylight drops and normal dipped lights aren't turned on. Why not just have lights on all the time?
     
  8. desktopdell

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    Thanks for all the help great stuff :kissmyrings:
     

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