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secret menu ?
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hi all! just got my berlingo enterprise van today, 61 plate Big Grin

just wondered if there was any hidden menu or settings, tricks or tips ? always had vauxhalls up to now and they had things you could enable like lights coming on when you unlocked it etc! looked all over the web and found nothing so far.

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The only menu's I'm aware of are what you can change with a Lexia. Turned on the daylight running lights, reset my fuel gauge (would only take 23l when it showed half full) and turned on what appears to be electric supplement heating - warm air out before engine warms up.
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Whats Enterprise, is it a hire company or a model?
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(17-10-2011, 02:25 PM)philip Wrote:  Whats Enterprise, is it a hire company or a model?

Obviously you are not a "Trekkie", Philip :lol::lol::lol::whistle::whistle:

Oh and Hert Van Rental is not a Dutch football player either....


Sorry chaps, couldn't resist throwing those in....

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What model can you turn on the day running lights ?
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Quote:What model can you turn on the day running lights ?

Just did it on my B9. In the BSI menu system.
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(18-10-2011, 05:23 AM)3rensho Wrote:  
Quote:What model can you turn on the day running lights ?

Just did it on my B9. In the BSI menu system.
B9 is that a MK3? and BSI menu? sorry not that technical Confusedcratch:

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Yes, B9 is the Mk. III. You need a PP2000 to interface between the car and a laptop running the Lexia software. Something like this. Link just for information purposes - lot's of them out there.
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Looks very intresting.

Re: the DRL which lights are iluminated and do you need to change the bulbs?
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No need to change bulbs. Will have to walk around the car next time it's running to see which lights are on besides dipped main headlights.
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