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Adding Factory HID headlights

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Old Yesterday, 16:38   #21
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Originally Posted by Tannaton View Post
There was an update where the ABL function was disabled when the headlight position was at "0" but the headlights were on as they were the DRL'.
Yes, that's what I got, but neither me nor the Volvo workshop knew about that. There were already a setup at two different places in the menu system for this, but somebody at Volvo thought they needed a third.
Since the ABL never runs at daylight anyway, regardless of any setting, there was no purpose of that change at all.

They reverted back to the original style again later.
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Old Yesterday, 18:14   #22
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Originally Posted by apersson850 View Post
Since the ABL never runs at daylight anyway, regardless of any setting, there was no purpose of that change at all.
Yes that's correct, ABL is only active in the dark. It must use a light sensor. People may not realise that.
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