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Discussion in 'VF Holden Commodore (2013 - 2017)' started by Krustyone, Jun 21, 2013.
Sorry mate, infotainment system.
Couldn't find a dimmer setting?
Sensor is clean
On your dash, right hand side of the steering column, there's switches and dials there (changes depending on the car you have - like Head up display etc), I think its a vertical roller switch there that adjusts your dash board display brightness. Try pushing that up and see if the brightness of the display increases.
Yep. understand, I thought that only did the display in the dash and not the infotainment (nav) screen. I'll have a look
Thanks mate. That fixed it.
Why it went dim and stayed dim in the first place I don;t know
Have you got a manual car? Sounds like you've burnt your clutch.
Nah its auto.
Could it happen with auto aswell ?
Don't know, figured my answer was too obvious
Happens a lot in school holidays.
@Harry78 Was there white smoke in the rear-view mirror?
Nah wasnt white
burnt rubber in the wheel well?
Man of few words. A . will do just fine as a conversation for Harry78, especially during school holidays.
If it's less than 5 seconds you are safe bruz...
Sounds like the Confabulator, check this...
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