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Old 10 Apr 2006, 02:30 pm
Ernest Cassirer
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Default Dashboard Gage Question

I have a 2004 Civic LX with blue backlighted gages. They can be seen fine
when the headlights are off in the daytime,or on at night,but if I use the
headlights in the daytime the gages are very hard to see unless I really
boost the backlight level, and then I have to reduce it again for night, or
daytime with no headlights. Is there a way to keep the gages visible in the
daytime with headlights on without changing the backlight level all the
time?


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Old 10 Apr 2006, 02:50 pm
Brian Smith
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"Ernest Cassirer" <erncass@foxinternet.net> wrote in message
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>I have a 2004 Civic LX with blue backlighted gages. They can be seen fine
> when the headlights are off in the daytime,or on at night,but if I use the
> headlights in the daytime the gages are very hard to see unless I really
> boost the backlight level, and then I have to reduce it again for night,
> or
> daytime with no headlights. Is there a way to keep the gages visible in
> the
> daytime with headlights on without changing the backlight level all the
> time?


No.


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Old 10 Apr 2006, 07:04 pm
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Ernest Cassirer wrote:
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> I have a 2004 Civic LX with blue backlighted gages. They can be seen fine
> when the headlights are off in the daytime,or on at night,but if I use the
> headlights in the daytime the gages are very hard to see unless I really
> boost the backlight level, and then I have to reduce it again for night, or
> daytime with no headlights. Is there a way to keep the gages visible in the
> daytime with headlights on without changing the backlight level all the
> time?


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Go to hamsar.com and get a proper DRL module, then get it installed.
You're wasting way too much fuel by driving with ALL your lights on in
the daytime.

'Curly'
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Old 11 Apr 2006, 04:49 am
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"'Curly Q. Links'" <motsco__@interbaun.com> wrote in message
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> Go to hamsar.com and get a proper DRL module, then get it installed.
> You're wasting way too much fuel by driving with ALL your lights on in
> the daytime.


Not to mention the excess wear and tear on the headlight switch. {;^)


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