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Had it two weeks now. Switched on the side lights for the first time and hey presto. The normally bright red opitron display goes very very dim and you get the faintest of green lights to say the side/headlights are switched on

Is this normal?. (Told you it was silly question)before I look a complete ..... ..by ringing the dealer.

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Turn on the lights. Then you push the pin at the speedometer that normally changes between trip A, B and mileage. One of the options is now something that looks like a row of lines. If you hold the pin down now you'll change the intensity of the display in a few steps.

The brightest one is the same as the normal daylight setting without the headlights on. So - no problem really.

The important thing, however, you've got to have the lights switched on. Otherwise you don't get the option I'm talking about.

Best regards,

Max

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wassup,

i have celica t-sport and got same thing with my lights - the actual display dims when i switch any lights on. went to dealer when i had to repair body damage and thought i would ask him. he said it is for GLARE at night and it is apparently easier to drive with. its definitely not a fault, the dealer assured me. all he said is u can use the display light knob to change its intensity, but not real effective. :wacko:

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"Turn on the lights. Then you push the pin at the speedometer that normally changes between trip A, B and mileage. One of the options is now something that looks like a row of lines. If you hold the pin down now you'll change the intensity of the display in a few steps.

The brightest one is the same as the normal daylight setting without the headlights on. So - no problem really.

The important thing, however, you've got to have the lights switched on. Otherwise you don't get the option I'm talking about.

Best regards,

Max "

MAX, Thanks for that, I wasn't aware of that and it makes a major difference. :thumbsup:

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I found the display adjustment rather quickly for natural reasons: guess you guys live in a nicer and brighter place than Sweden, where we practically have dusk and night conditions for half a year... <_<

/Max

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