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Old 07-04-2007, 08:47 PM
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EVIC Extended menu questions.....

Okay now that I found the menu with the 0-60 timer and have learned how to use it. I have a quick question since I have also found another screen which I can not make heads or tails of. I tried taking pictures but none of them were clear enough to post. So I will try and type the info as it appears. If you know what this is please tell me as I can't find anything in the manual about it.

MinL = 191 MinR = 192
Lt = 70 Rt = 11
19g Avg = 81
218 mi

The top numbers never change, however the middle ones (Lt and Rt) do change and seems to be related to turning. The others ones I have not noticed well except the mileage. Any idea on what this screen represents?
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It has to do with the fuel levels in each side of the gas tank
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Thanks! Any idea on what the numbers represent?

I also found this screen

AutoH Sens : 122
Next is the Music symbol TC: 60 132
Thld = 180
Hbduty: 0%

Any idea on what this is showing and what the numbers mean?
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Bump? Anyone know what this is?

AutoH Sens : 122
Next is the Music symbol TC: 60 132
Thld = 180
Hbduty: 0%

Any idea on what this is showing and what the numbers mean? I can change the AutoH Sens, but don't know what it changes
I can also change the music symbol setting, but don't know what it changes
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Bump? Anyone know what this is?

AutoH Sens : 122
Next is the Music symbol TC: 60 132
Thld = 180
Hbduty: 0%

Any idea on what this is showing and what the numbers mean? I can change the AutoH Sens, but don't know what it changes
I can also change the music symbol setting, but don't know what it changes
the AutoH value is the darkness level that the headlights turn on, when they are in Auto mode. the other number that changes is the current light level.

i don't know what HB duty is.
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Thanks, so the higher the number then the more sensitive?
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Thanks, so the higher the number then the more sensitive?
i can't recall, it's been a while since i've played w/ that screen.

the light sensor is the clear plastic button on the dashboard right up by the windshield in the middle... get yourself into that screen and place your hat over it, and see how the numbers change...

i drove around at dusk on a clear day, and when i felt it was time for me to turn my lights on, i changed the setting so the lights came on, haven't touched it since.
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I still wonder what HB Duty is ...mine is at 0
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HB Duty is probably the High Brightness Duty Cycle.... The % of time that the high brights would be on... maybe for the daytime running lights that I've read about...
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HB Duty is probably the High Brightness Duty Cycle.... The % of time that the high brights would be on... maybe for the daytime running lights that I've read about...
HB duty is at 0 for my car... and i have DRL's i tried with the high beams on and it didn't change either....

i'm still puzzled...
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