As we explained above, most vehicles have market-specific settings for their features. Furthermore, most vehicles have limitations and other restrictions. With the help of coding, a user can change the chimes on their car, set how many times its one-touch signal flickers for one touch, remember settings for Start/Stop systems, and more. Coders can also activate cornering headlights with fog lights, deactivate some buzzing sounds, and enable multiple functions of the comfort module.
Other possibilities involve lowering the level of the passenger-side mirror when reversing, activate the “needle sweep” function when the ignition is on, automatic door locking at a particular speed, daytime running lights, the auto-hold function for vehicles with electrically operated parking brake, and others.
Naturally, the things that can be done through coding depend on each car model,
So do you always switch off the Auto Stop/Start technology every single time you get in your car? Why not let us set it so that the default setting is OFF, then you switch it ON if you want it!
This is just one of the many changes we can make to your car’s software.