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is this possible?

NigelPatrick

Active Member
Jun 17, 2020
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is it possible to increase the brightness of the rear lamp when not braking?

this is what my my rear light looks like
 

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Peller

2018 Cupra 290 without the copper bits
Mar 29, 2016
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Edinburgh
Are you talking about having the rear lights on all the time?

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BoomerBoom

Active Member
Jun 1, 2018
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If you mean the rear DRL function, then no and I don't why anyone would want to - it's set to the correct level to not blind people following you at night.

During the daytime then rear DRL is pretty pointless but it's supposed to prevent muppets, who keep driving after dark with just the front DRL on, from causing collisions.
 

BigJase88

Jase
Apr 20, 2008
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Dumfries & Galloway
Aye some daft idea's why would you want to increase rear brightness? to blind me driving behind you?

You wont ever see your rear taillights anyways unless you have some out of body experience so what's the point
 

BoomerBoom

Active Member
Jun 1, 2018
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You wont ever see your rear taillights anyways unless you have some out of body experience so what's the point
Like paying the extra £ for sweeping LED indicators, which I'd only ever see the day they collect the car from me and drive away... pointless
 
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