09-Central electronics -> Security access and write the adaptation code shown in the balloon tip. -> Adaptation and find channels with Leuchtexx in them. Find which Leuchte is front turn signals and set their first free function group (AB, CD, EF) to parking lights. This means that find the first group that does not have anything in it. AB usually has some value other than none in it. DO NOT CHANGE THAT!
Then check the same Leuchtexx group xx dimwert value that it's 100 or 127 depending on how bright you want them. Leds usually start to flicker if you put it to 100, for those 127 is correct value.
Good tip is that Leuchte25KZL is rear license plate light and the light go from back to front sequentially. So smaller than 25 is usually front part and higher number is rear lights.
You need to set this to both front indicators separately.
Word of warning. Create an adaptation map with values first with VCDS before doing ANY changes to the values. And also this is illegal in Europe to have indicators as parking lights, just as a note, everyone can do as they please with their own car.
^^^ very true and the reason why this is so is because the two "turn signal repeater" LEDs on either side of the mk7 mirrors are directly wired back to the driver and passenger side door modules. These LEDs are not controlled by the BCM -where the Leuchte-sets are housed - alas!!