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Old 06-14-2018, 11:44 AM
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Instrument Lighting

Just had some work done on my 2010 Panamera 4S...I swear the instrument lighting is dimmer now, including the numeric speed indicator. Problem is...I can't figure out how to adjust it! The manual says to turn the little **** that also resets the mileage. But that does not work! It WILL adjust dimming if done somewhere dark. Does anyone know how to adjust this? Thanks in advance!
 
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Do you mean, its dimmer without the lights on during the day?

When you turn that ****, you have to HOLD it in the CLOCKWISE position, and you will see on the MFD a percentige sign, should be increasing. Hold the **** until it gets to 100%
 
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Yes, itís dimmer during the day. Iíve put it to 100% as you instructed already, still looks too dim during the day.
 
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hmm, thats a tough one.

If i recall in the setting of the instrument cluster, there is a brightness menu in there? I cant remember will check tomorrow though
 
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Thanks!
 
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There is a Brightness Menu within the settings menu. have a look at that. Can adjust "daylight" brightness i think
 
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