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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Can anyone tell me where to pick up this book? haha ...ok well, for the life of me I can't figure out what these sections in the EVIC screen mean and do! I can somewhat understand the temp one but i'm still confused ...would someone explain each of the three pics for me please?

1)tempavg and tempraw ...I know it has to do with temperature, haha


2)minL minR ...WTF?


3)autohlsns ...auto headlights? huh?


Please someone help explain this to me! all those numbers must mean something, lol ...thanks!
 

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I have no clue about the first or last but the middle one is your gas levels in the tanks left and right sides measured in liters...
 

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interesting! ...hmmm, makes some sense now ...i see the numbers go up and down I guess it might be the gas swishing around the gas tank.
 

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The first picture is the temperatue average that EVIC has seen and Raw is the current outside temp. The third picture is for auto headlights, it says at what level the lights come on and at what level you want them to come on.
 

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so how do you set the levels for the headlight? and why can I move the tempavg up and down? anyone know? :)
 

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any knowledge on this? anyone?
 

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cool thanks!!!
 

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Moving the tempavg up and down has no affect. Mine tempature is about 3 degrees off. I tried adjusting this but after a short time it will go back to 3degrees off. The up/down arrows on the steering wheel will move the temp up or down.
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changes the sensitivity of light to activate the lights...
 

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I had the headlight thing figured out at one time.

Best thing to do is open that EVIC screen, turn your auto headlights on, throw an object over the sensor (on the dash) and watch the numbers move. Notice the value that automatic lights come on. I think i concluded that you can adjust the turn-on threshold and turn-off threshold. I assume there are two different threshold values because you don't want your lights turning on-off-on-off if the ambient light is hovering around one value.
 
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