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Access to evic factory/diagnostic menus - anyone know the key combo?

I desperately want to change the sensitivity for the auto headlights. In a Challenger forum a user was able to do this but it's a different key combo for them.

I know holding down the the up/down temp buttons will access the uConnect diagnostic screen but there's nothing there for headlight adjustment. I'm really hoping to find another menu for this.
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I desperately want to change the sensitivity for the auto headlights. In a Challenger forum a user was able to do this but it's a different key combo for them.

I know holding down the the up/down temp buttons will access the uConnect diagnostic screen but there's nothing there for headlight adjustment. I'm really hoping to find another menu for this.
I thought I recalled seeing something in the UConnect VIP thread, but it might have been the diagnostic screen. Try a thread search, or hopefully Willx sees this.
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I thought I recalled seeing something in the UConnect VIP thread, but it might have been the diagnostic screen. Try a thread search, or hopefully Willx sees this.
Ya, the VIP thread was about the uconnect diag screen. I've scoured the internet, talked to service managers but turned up nothing. There's gotta be way to adjust the auto headlight sensitivity/timing. I'm hopeful in time something will turn up but for now it bugs me so bad I've had to stop using the auto feature.
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