An updated LVAR bridge setup with Prepar3d v5 support is available at https://www.spadnext.com/download/SPAD. ... .Setup.zip
Note that you bring up the Carenado 172N.....Lot's of Carenado Planes require that you do a little digging to figure out how to make it work since they sometimes require you look up data values and figure out what command they are using. Now hopefully the Switch panel should be a little bit easier.
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Not sure your plane even uses standard SIMCONNET variables or custom LVARS. It’s not unreasonable for custom stuff to need custom config.
SPAD allows for custom configurations because no one system is the same. No one should expect to find a profile that will work for their setup without some customisation and impossible for SPAD to provide profiles for every combination of hardware vs aircraft.
So to answer the question, you should expect to do some manual configuration for your specific setup.