If the bulbs and ballasts are fine, it is likely an issue with the headlight beams not adjusting/aiming properly, which is often a broken motor or mount inside the headlight which My headlights on my A4 3.2L are out of control and I am going to have the dealer look at them next Saturday. fuses are good. I notice that they go "from down to up" when I turn on the car because the light shines on my garage door. this contact form
Inappropriate posts may be removed by the moderator. You can pick them up on eBay for fairly cheap, and while it's overkill, it's probably the only surefire way to eliminate from here. Then reassembly and sealing the drilled hole + clearing the codes. Mark helpful 1,015 Report David answered 6 years ago Well, I can't for the life of me figure out what the Hell you're talking about..
Guest-only advertisement. 1998 Audi A4 Headlight Relay Location I had the ignition switch replaced about a month ago, too. Look for a fuse diagram and see if any of the fuses are related to the auto leveling or headlight leveling system and you might be able to figure out which http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php/306405-Headlights-not-working-need-help! How the hell can I get this light off my dash.
Chris Craft 8,418 views 17:35 Audi A3 (TT): Turn Signal & Hazard Switch Replacement (Part 1) - Duration: 20:17. Audi A6 Headlights Not Working The corner bulbs come on like they should but no headlights and my fogs don't come on either and the switch doesn't light up when the lever is up for the http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php/332700-new-twist-on-ballast-replacement Just FYI for those with a bad ballast. Typical shop deal.
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 The time now is 12:16 PM.
So far, I cant see where the motor is that controls the curve function. weblink Just driving down the road no problems at all and the headlights just cut out. Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... My guess is when you switch to high beam the car expects it to be a different bulb and not the same one, which causes the error. 1998 Audi A4 Headlights Not Working
Good luck with the headlight situation. Thank you for the advice and yes I was trying to get this sorted without visiting an Audi dealer, I'm still reeling from my last vist. What does â€śDipped Headlightâ€ť even mean? navigate here thanks in advance!
Thanks Nick Roshon January 7, 2016 @ 9:37 AM Hi Taybin - thanks for the comment, didn't realize the products I linked to are no longer carried by Amazon. 1999 Audi A4 Headlight Switch Watch Queue Queue __count__/__total__ Find out whyClose 1999 Audi A4 Headlight switch fix Fred Ramos SubscribeSubscribedUnsubscribe114114 Loading... Then you can tell it has completely failed because it just kind of droops down to the right.
My mate just got a skoda superb 2012 with xenon lights. I'm not excited to go pay $90 an hour of labor to fix it either. The problem is, I'm not seeing any other problem aside from my "One Push" electric windows mysteriously disappearing (I can still roll them down, but just pushing the button once does Audi A4 Headlight Fuse LOTS DONE, LOTS SPENT !!!! #8 1wheelonly, Sep 30, 2008 ClockworkAudi New Member Joined: Nov 2, 2013 Messages: 7 Likes Received: 0 Evening all - Now then, did you boys reach
What does this mean? Greenville Audi Charlotte, NC #5 Nov 15, 2006 I have unfortunately had the same problem. Josh in ND Grand Forks, ND #14 Mar 3, 2007 Hey everyone, I love my car, but this little issue just happened to me. his comment is here Published on Dec 8, 2012Removing the steering wheel with the airbag sounded quite daunting to me but with the right tools and after doing it a couple times, the third time
thanks Nick Roshon December 4, 2014 @ 11:56 AM How is it affecting the air ride? b) He kept telling me they had to "charge the bulbs with gas"? Thomas EXOVCDS 43,570 views 15:23 VW A4: Wiper Switch Replacement - Duration: 10:43. turn signal bulb, etc.)?
Iâ€™ve listed them below in the order of howâ€™d Iâ€™d recommend checking and testing the problem. On main beam with the switch in auto. I am now into another 3 months without the issue with no explanation from mechanic or Audi.. Oh...btw i did it all in the dark with thundering and lightning...damn i hate being impatient lol Reply With Quote 08-22-200902:44 AM #6 stevejones19 View Profile View Forum Posts View
I replaced the headlights and was surprised to find that they a) didn't appear to be burst and b) weren't working when replaced. Personally, I bought my car used so sont know for sure that it doesn't have the left/right swivel feature. Add to Want to watch this again later? Unfortunately my pass side headlight swivel module appears to have failed.
If the beam moves around that is the adaptive function warming up. Its a 98 and i heard that the 96-98's had problems with the headlight switch...do you think i need to replace it? Nonetheless, will replacing the ballasts solve an intermittent headlight failure or do you recommend aftermarket headlights? What can the problem be?
As a guest, you are welcome to poke around and view the majority of the content that we have to offer, but in order to post, search, contact members, and get This feature is not available right now. Could this still be the relay? I'd pick up some new ballasts (they are the same as Chrysler 300) and give that a go, you'll need new bulbs too since the current ones are getting excessive wear
Thanks Nick Roshon May 6, 2015 @ 8:33 AM Hi barry - check Ross-Tech here: http://wiki.ross-tech.com/wiki/index.php/Audi_A4/S4/RS4/Cabriolet_%288E/8H%29 I think you need to change from adaptive coding to Xenon Plus coding. If so, it's the combination switch. Thanks for your comment!