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Check your connections first where the adapter of the aftermarket ballast plugs in, otherwise you may want to order a new ballast… Bart January 26, 2015 @ 7:34 PM Hey Nick, Looking on page 273 of the manual here http://www.alkivar.com/AUDI/Audi_A5_Coupe_2008_Owner_s_Manual.pdf I cant see a fuse that is just for the lights. Reply With Quote paullee View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries Member Join Date Feb 3rd, 2008 Location NV Posts 940 Vehicles'02 TT ALMS (SOLD)/ '10 A3 Nick Roshon December 9, 2015 @ 9:52 AM Hi Kiran - either the bulbs or ballasts are on their way out, something is shorting when the system gets heated up is http://bosseur.net/audi-tt/audi-tt-interior-lights-not-working.html

Nick Roshon December 18, 2014 @ 4:47 PM It sounds like the motors are fine if the lights still "dance" at startup. Steven Butler New Member Joined: Jun 29, 2012 Messages: 4 Likes Received: 0 Hi just bought an Audi A3 1.6 1999 and noticed that the sidelights front and back are not Even after disconnecting the battery, the error does not go away. The small bulbs flicker a little. http://www.ttforum.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=187818

All MKV GTI/GLI operate this way with the Xenon lights defaulting (stupidly) as the DRL's. Nick Roshon December 4, 2014 @ 1:49 PM @adam - yes, you can buy a vag-com and do yourself, although they cost about $200. side was done. Loading...

Sign in Share More Report Need to report the video? Personally, I bought my car used so sont know for sure that it doesn't have the left/right swivel feature. There are no wires going to the connector. Also completely remove this screw (C).

Cheers. This is because a) they kept referring to the OEM bulbs that were in there being expensive, when I had replaced them myself 3 years ago with non-OEM. BMAC VAGS 13,495 views 1:45 Audi TT 2.0 TFSI - Ölwechsel / Oil Change POV - Duration: 19:00. http://forums.vwvortex.com/showthread.php?4746204-Front-Parking-Lights Just got a "bulb out" idiot light on my dash.

Only other thing I can think of, is to replace the leveling sensor but they're expensive. The turn signal bulbs are located towards the bumper. My headlights on my A4 3.2L are out of control and I am going to have the dealer look at them next Saturday. Took it back to them and they had to completely replace it, they thought that my problem was fixed but then the same thing happen but if I turn the lights

New bulbs installed and still no front parking lights. see here Nick Roshon November 10, 2014 @ 4:37 PM It's possible you dislodged something or knocked the adaptive motors out of place causing the light to come on…do the headlights "dance" up He only charges $170 per pair for this and can turn it around in about a day then overnight ship it back, so you’re downtime is minimal. Checked the bulbs (the ones in the black bulb holder without any wires) , driver's side looks to be fine, pass.

I think tomorrow morning I'm just going to find/pull the fuse…then aim mechanically if I need to. weblink Audi-Sport.net > Audi Forums A3 Series > A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis) > Parts Request Parts Request Submit New Parts Request All Parts Requests Active Parts Requests Awaiting Reply for Parts Request Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Nick Roshon January 4, 2015 @ 4:29 PM I didn't have to adjust my sensors when I lowered my car, but some folks have.

Part of the reason why our TT still looks so fresh is down to the Ventureshield paint protection it received when new. If they still don't work, we'll figure it out from there. '01 225 TTR, stg. 2 '01 S4, stg. 3 '05 A4 USP, stg. 1 '88 80 quattro, stg. 4.2 Reply Back to top Follow Follow SkiddMark Get every new post delivered to your Inbox Join other followers: Thank you Your feedback has been received. navigate here It almost sounds like an electrical/wiring issue, but I'm not sure.

ml414skidoo 24,535 views 13:12 Loading more suggestions... I have changed bulbs but it does not seem to be any better? Tom July 13, 2015 @ 5:59 PM tom here again, i'm having the opposite issue everyone else seems to have and can't find a fix anywhere.

I have an issue with my xenons on my 06 3.0TDI - which, if you click the link to my thread on audizine you will see I have other issues too

I would much rather code it out if possible. Nick Roshon January 11, 2015 @ 1:44 PM Most likely a problem with the ballast, or the wiring connectors are loose. Amateur Racing Open Wheel Rally Road Racing Technical Forum Help and Suggestions Store Feedback Forum Help Testing Forum Suggestion Box « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Audi Model-Specific TT About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new!

Gently twist the bulb to remove it from the container. Loading... adam December 4, 2014 @ 12:36 PM i changed the two air springs last week on the rear and everything was fine then installed new headlights which are xenon on the his comment is here Barry Nick Roshon May 5, 2015 @ 8:17 PM Hi Barry - you could either pull the fuse for the adaptive headlights (I believe it's Fuse #10) to disable it, or

I found aftermarket replacement headlight units for $456/pair with LEDs too for a 2006 A4 Quattro 2.0T. I have a 2007 A4 with adaptive HID headlights, and recently noticed a slight flickering on my driver's side lamp. If so, there is a sensor that goes in the wheel well that adjusts the light based on ride height, so if you're missing that it could explain why the headlights If you get the “headlight bulb out” message, see your headlights “flicker” on/off occasionally, or notice that your dipped headlight error only comes on in cold weather or at first start

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