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Originally Posted by Horatio
I did that once, by accident when I first got the car. Turned on my lights (because it was dark) then realised I didn't have to because they were automatic, so I turned them back off again, which disabled the system so I had to turn them back on again
I'll give it a try, but the day/night change on the sat-nav seems to be linked to the sensor rather than the lights themselves - i.e. if you turn the lights on manually during daylight hours, the sat-nav screen stays in 'day' mode. I suspect that the wiring to the ISO connector might be driven the same way.
Good point - didn't think of that one. But you would think that the night/day display would have made more sense to be linked to the sidelights feed wire??
Then again this is French electronics here.
Just a thought - the 12v accessory socket within the front arm rest is ignition controlled - it only works with ignition on. Don't know how easy access is from there to run a feed to your TT?
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