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Modes screen

Discussion in 'Leon Mk3' started by ghostbustertab, Aug 17, 2019.

  1. ghostbustertab

    ghostbustertab Active Member

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    I'm trying to get this on my car Cupra 290 66 plate can this be done in the settings?
    Btw I have a MIB2 High
     

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  2. bgb

    bgb Active Member

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    I would have assumed you had that screen already...?
     
  3. HighFlyingBird

    HighFlyingBird Chilli Red Enthusiast

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    If you have a cupra 290 you should definitely have that. Press the cupra button by the climate control, it looks like a little racing flag if I recall correctly, then that menu should show up. If you mean getting that menu to stay on permanently that might be a question for someone with VCDS.
     
  4. ghostbustertab

    ghostbustertab Active Member

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    This is what I have
     

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  5. bgb

    bgb Active Member

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    Same same is it no? Just a diff graphic? Maybe due to a firmware update?
     
  6. ghostbustertab

    ghostbustertab Active Member

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    I don't know how to do a firmware update tbh as it's the MIB2 high
     
  7. HighFlyingBird

    HighFlyingBird Chilli Red Enthusiast

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    There's a thread on here that has all the firmware updates and what not but all the messing around I'd rather just get it done at a dealership, that way if it goes wrong I'm not the one to blame :cheeky:
     
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