No, create an account now. I'm don't believe them, I think it was something else simple but they replaced the bulbs anyway. Re: xenon headlight fuse ?? #8 Haggag01 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles View Gallery Uploads Engine idling Join Date Dec 2009 Location windygates, ecosse Posts 27 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. http://bosseur.net/audi-tt/audi-tt-interior-light-not-working.html
Switching to aftermarket headlights doesn't work well, as those are designed for cars that originally had halogen headlights, so the wiring harnesses are totally different. All Rights Reserved. What function do the inner lamps perform? whitr Posts: 4 Registered: 04/11/11 Re: Xenon Headlight won't ignite intermittently (2002 TT Quattro) Posted: Apr 11, 2011 2:37 PM in response to: JamminKen Reply $1700 is unreal. learn this here now
You can pick up the ballasts on Amazon for about $110 a piece: Either way, I strongly recommend new bulbs if you had a bad ballast, as that bad ballast likely thanks gary... All said and done, you should be able to do this for ~$1,000… William June 27, 2014 @ 5:59 PM Hi, I have a 2006 A6(c6) with the same head light New leveling sensor 3 years ago, removed air suspension shortly thereafter, never have had any other lighting issues.
The other cheap/easy thing to try at first is recalibrating the headlights using VAG-com, which requires access to a VAG-com cable but is otherwise pretty easy to do. Nick Roshon January 6, 2016 @ 9:17 AM Edit: For halogen equipped cars, there are separate bulbs for High Beam and Low Beam (although both are H7 size); however, for Bi-xenon Fiat Stilo 2.4 Abarth 170bhp and climbing! #7 AndymacA4, Oct 12, 2008 motosparkz Member Joined: Sep 20, 2007 Messages: 50 Likes Received: 0 Hay up, Easiest & safest way to diagnose You can get a decent pair for £30 on eBay.
I turn off the switch and try again - usually ignites, sometime I must try many times. Audi A4 Dipped Headlight Solution This is part of why it is so difficult to troubleshoot and fix on your own, as the error doesn’t give you much information about what the problem is. Now Stared up ;-) #3 bubstar, Oct 10, 2008 golf ***** rent boy VCDS Map User Joined: Jan 17, 2007 Messages: 1,556 Likes Received: 3 It will be a D2S bulb unfortunately I didn't bookmark the instructions I referred to in my last post.
Just got a "bulb out" idiot light on my dash. Please tell me how much it would cost to recondition this unit and how long to return it to me? Zach Vandiver October 15, 2015 @ 11:12 AM I've yet to have access to a vag-com. Website and Content Management System developed by The Information Foundry Register Help Home Forum FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders Blogs Gallery Sponsors Insurance
Thanks again Paul Matthew January 28, 2016 @ 6:01 AM Hi Nick, I have a UK 2009 Audi A4 avant. weblink Can you help? Big fan here. I've been trying to find something to show which is the proper direction so I can sort it out but reading this post I'm wondering if it needs to be bent Audi Tt Mk1 Xenon Headlights
Nick Roshon August 9, 2014 @ 8:20 AM Raymond - I would take it to an Audi mechanic or someone with a VAG-com cable and have them clear the warning code Bart January 30, 2015 @ 6:51 PM Thanks for the reply, now the last couple of days the left light flickers couple times on start up then is all good. Follow this DIY for tips on picking the right bulbs and how to install them: http://nickscarblog.com/diy/replacement-d1s-headlight-bulbs-for-b7-audi-a4s4rs4 Headlight Ballasts The ballasts are also known to fail, which can cause this issue – even navigate here Register Photos FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search GarageUsed CarsVendor Directory Search General Tech Good at troubleshooting?
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 and A4 have two types oem ballast. 2006-2009 A4 use this oem ballast NULL #12 command, Aug 27, 2010 BahnStormer77 BahnStormer Joined: Feb 4, 2009 Messages: 2,754 Likes Received: 52 Rich December 18, 2014 @ 6:43 PM I ordered a scanner earlier this week so I'll be able to do a scan soon and get back to you.
Didn't check sensors, bulbs or alignment. People have mentioned pulling fuse 10 but this does not correspond to headlights on my a6- does anybody know what fuse to pull?? BTW - any inner headlight bulbs on cars with bi-xenon have a purpose even if they aren't a DRL. Does she have to replace the whole headlamp unit or can the bulbs be replaced?
Any ideas as to how I can do this? Chris May 27, 2015 @ 9:53 PM It has the H7 halogen bulbs so I don't think it has ballasts. Here's a quick link http://www.motorbulbs.com/product_info.php/cPath/12/products_id/142 . his comment is here Im posting it here rather than the TT forum in case its actually a common audi electrics problem.
Page 1 of 2 12 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 14 Thread Tools Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Display I think tomorrow morning I'm just going to find/pull the fuse…then aim mechanically if I need to. I'm new to Xenon's and don't have a clue. THIS IS NOT PERSONAL!
Apart from the fact that the shop probably wont take back the bulb, this is obviously some kind of electrical problem but was hoping one of you lads might know what You could try switching the bulbs (put current right bulb in left housing and vice versa) and see if the problem stays on the drivers side or moves with the bulbs In terms of your specific problem, check out this thread for some ideas: http://www.audi-sport.net/xf/threads/yellow-warning-light-dynamic-headlight-range-control-faulty.172973/ Paul January 18, 2016 @ 9:26 AM Thanks nick Will look into those points and check out You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.
BUB A4 Avant S-Line quattro - Avus Silver/Silver Half Leather *240ps*346nm* - a few choice mods. The HID bulbs last ages, and when they pack up they generally do so completely, not just a little bit. Thanks for the kind words! High beams work perfect.
I did it at home blindly and just waited to see what it was like when I drove at night. I thought there was a lose wire problem so last saturday I took the whole headlight housing off and cleaned all the contacts - still doing the same thing. I looked into it initially but the Chilton's manual and Audi Owner's Manual suggest against it because it can retain a high voltage within the headlight and you could get shocked
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