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      12-19-2018, 09:39 AM   #1
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F20 ESYS code in LED parking/side lights

I've changed the side/parking lights to LED but they throw a parking light failure warning despite them working fine. I've looked through countless cheatsheets and none of them lists the settings to change for these. Does anyone know?
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I'd rather not do that. I'd rather code it out.
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I've watched the video on. Too much to do. There are (should be) "plug and play" (that is, the resistance issue solved "from the box") solutions like this (just for example, no promotion, ): https://www.ledperf.co.uk/pack-sidel...21-p-5247.html.
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I did get some error free ones but they bring up errors lol. Want a coding solution.
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I did get some error free ones but they bring up errors lol. Want a coding solution.
Why do you call them error free then? I really don't think (nor know) this can be coded out. It shouldn't be possible: an overall faulty approach, IMHO. But you are free to keep wishing/trying, of course.
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I call them error free because the manufacturer calls them error free. The rest of the bulbs can be coded to LED so I see no reason why the side lights should be any different.
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The rest of the bulbs can be coded to LED
Really? I did not know that. I'm sorry then. Good luck finding out.
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Has anyone figured this out yet as I have coded most other bulbs but I am not sure which ones are for the parking lights?
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