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@ORACLE Lighting I'm not sure this has been addressed or if anyone else has seen this "issue". When I turn off the car and lock it the amber side marker lights stay on, often for 10+ minutes. When I unlock it and lock it again, same thing, even after the confirmation honk. I have the Base bronco. Do I need to change anything in Forscan?
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That’s the factory setting I believe it’s adjustable and forscan if you want to change it though.
What adjustment, line an such would have to be adjusted? When everything else turns off, only the market lights stay on.
I have adjusted the time on my dad’s Base Bronco that has your Oculus lights, but it has not impacted this.
 
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What adjustment, line an such would have to be adjusted? When everything else turns off, only the market lights stay on.
I have adjusted the time on my dad’s Base Bronco that has your Oculus lights, but it has not impacted this.
The marker light is pin #9 which is referred to as the Parking Light so that is what you would need to adjust timing for. If you are referring to the Halo light (the ring light) that is pin #7 which is ID as Fuse#100 which would need to be adjusted. Attaching the diagram just for reference.
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The marker light is pin #9 which is referred to as the Parking Light so that is what you would need to adjust timing for. If you are referring to the Halo light (the ring light) that is pin #7 which is ID as Fuse#100 which would need to be adjusted. Attaching the diagram just for reference.
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The marker light is pin #9 which is referred to as the Parking Light so that is what you would need to adjust timing for. If you are referring to the Halo light (the ring light) that is pin #7 which is ID as Fuse#100 which would need to be adjusted. Attaching the diagram just for reference.
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I’m having the same issue with regards to the parking light delay.

Thanks for the diagram.

How would one adjust the timing - is this able to be done in Forscan?
 
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@ORACLE Lighting I'm not sure this has been addressed or if anyone else has seen this "issue". When I turn off the car and lock it the amber side marker lights stay on, often for 10+ minutes. When I unlock it and lock it again, same thing, even after the confirmation honk. I have the Base bronco. Do I need to change anything in Forscan?
Thank you for posting this! I installed my new headlights a couple weeks ago and thought I was going nuts! Will look into those adjustments as recommended.
Side note: I LOVE these on my 22 2-door Black Diamond! Certainly un upgrade over the base (non-ring LEDs) that was the only option at the time I ordered.
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Thank you for posting this! I installed my new headlights a couple weeks ago and thought I was going nuts! Will look into those adjustments as recommended.
Side note: I LOVE these on my 22 2-door Black Diamond! Certainly un upgrade over the base (non-ring LEDs) that was the only option at the time I ordered.
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I have mine already put together and ready to go in the Bronco the day it arrives (still about 30 days out for me). Following this thread so I'll know what changes to make. Please keep us posted.
 
 



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