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Re: Door handle LED lights

Post by Screwu on Thu Sep 26, 2013 11:01 am

U can adjust the light intensity in vehicle settings. Dark colors absorb light so that's y u think the lights are not bright enough.

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Re: Door handle LED lights

Post by kcho on Thu Sep 26, 2013 6:46 am

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rsrajin wrote:Since we are on the topic of the light switch, am I the only one who always knocks my knee into it while getting out of the car? I feel that the switch is positioned too low. Or is it my bad since I could have well adopted to a questionable sitting position! Smile
Yeah, I set my seating position rather low yet occasionally, I still knee the switch.  Maybe try sitting further back a little but I like to drive further upfront like a sports car.

On the subject of LED, my friend pointed out that there is a strip of LED lighting along the front doors just above the window switches.  I guess that's ambient lighting.  Another day, anothernew discovery
the ambient lighting is way to dimm. anything that we can do to brighten up the LED?

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Re: Door handle LED lights

Post by Admin on Wed Jul 03, 2013 8:48 am

rsrajin wrote:Since we are on the topic of the light switch, am I the only one who always knocks my knee into it while getting out of the car? I feel that the switch is positioned too low. Or is it my bad since I could have well adopted to a questionable sitting position! Smile

Yeah, I set my seating position rather low yet occasionally, I still knee the switch. Maybe try sitting further back a little but I like to drive further upfront like a sports car.

On the subject of LED, my friend pointed out that there is a strip of LED lighting along the front doors just above the window switches. I guess that's ambient lighting. Another day, anothernew discovery

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Post by rsrajin on Tue Jul 02, 2013 2:55 pm

Since we are on the topic of the light switch, am I the only one who always knocks my knee into it while getting out of the car? I feel that the switch is positioned too low. Or is it my bad since I could have well adopted to a questionable sitting position! Smile

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Re: Door handle LED lights

Post by walkman on Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:13 am

Ya, I dislike the idea of leaving the lamp switch at AUTO too.
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Post by Admin on Tue Jul 02, 2013 10:10 am

Thanks Walkman, that explains why I can never see the LED lights on the door. I leave my lamp switch in 0 and switch on manually. Have this unfounded paranoia about switching it on auto and risking early failure of the very expensive headlights

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Door handle LED lights

Post by walkman on Tue Jul 02, 2013 6:36 am

Replying Admin from the 'roll call' thread. In order for the LED lights on door handles to lit up, the lamp switch must be on AUTO. I have not tested whether the 'leaving home' option has to be on or not in the MMI setting. This is something I dislike, as on BMW, its is always on wherever you unlock your door. Its is not in the manual, I read this accidentally in either Audiworld or Audizine forum. This is not intuitive.
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