not true for OEM Xenons.... And if I end up with a bad swivel module, I'll see if I can tear it down and find the failure. Most of the people on here will be able to help with US stuff. I've heard of the glove box breaking before. this contact form
It turns out that while I was replacing my DRL bulbs, I must have knocked the main headlight swivel out of place, preventing the headlights from being able to aim correctly. The HID bulbs last ages, and when they pack up they generally do so completely, not just a little bit. New units are very expensive and carry a 1yr warranty. I have a 2009 Audi A5 Quattro Sline…It's a beautiful car… and I just got a 300.00 headlight change. http://www.ttforum.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=172230
One question - do you know what kind of role the ballast plays in the AFS function? BTW - any inner headlight bulbs on cars with bi-xenon have a purpose even if they aren't a DRL. I have a 2003 Audi A4 and I just bought and installed aftermarket headlight housings that have the newer style LED look. adam December 4, 2014 @ 1:43 PM hi if i get a vag-com cable can this be done by myself?
Theme designed by Audentio Design. Now I decided to buy 2.new complete headlight lamps( would be cheaper in the long term ????. If you want to keep the tint you might just want to not use the "Auto" setting of your headlights, or find exactly where the sensor is on your car and In these conditions they do illuminate and are daytime running lights, and as the ambient light reduces they are switched off as the xenon headlights come on.
Or is there another option? Dealer has replaced a lamp ($215) a ballast ($850) and then again replaced the ballast, calling it a "module." I later found out it was the same part number as the I think the DIY above still applies. Honestly, if the lights are coming on intermittently, I would suspect the headlight switch before anything else.
Can someone clarify please. http://nickscarblog.com/diy/how-to-fix-dipped-headlight-error-on-an-audi I'm stumped myself. Audi Tt Ballast Replacement In the Garage: - 2001 Audi A4 Saloon 3.0 Quattro Sport (220ps) - Ebony Pearl - 2015 Audi A4 Saloon 2.0 TDI Ultra Technik (163ps) - Utopia Blue - 2016 Audi Audi A4 Dipped Headlight Bulb Replacement Re: xenon headlight fuse ?? #2 Howdy A6 View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles View Gallery Uploads 1st Gear Join Date Jan 2010 Location Lincolnshire Posts 155
Im filing a complaint to get the recall process started. weblink Rich December 18, 2014 @ 4:42 PM Hey Nick, having similar problems with my headlights on my 2006 a4. I have an appointment at my local dealer Monday for a full electronic diagnosis. She rang Audi and was quoted about a £1000! Audi Tt Mk1 Xenon Headlights
Useful Searches Recent Posts Garage Reviews Garage Reviews Quick Links Most Active Members New Items Competitions Competitions Quick Links Competition Index Rules, Terms & Conditions Parts Request Parts Request Quick Links Typical shop deal. my problem is my near side main beam it turns on ok but with in 5 minnits will start to flicker then go out but if i just flick the lights http://sohohosting.net/audi-tt/audi-tt-dome-light-not-working.html I think it is something related to the ignition of the arc in the xenon, based on how xenons work.
Audi is asking for almost 4k to fix this and I cannot afford that. Unfollow Headlight Assemblies to stop getting updates on your eBay feed. It nudged me to look at the front of the car in daylight with the engine running and the light switch set to "Auto".
Also, it's worth pointing out it might not necessarily be the bulb at fault here, double check for loose connections or a bad fuse for the sidelight. #4 golf, Oct For 10 min so the car could completely reset to factory. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Comment CategoriesABSAlfa RomeoAudiBMWCadillacCitroenDaihatsuFerrariFiatFordHondaHyundaiIvecoJaguarLanciaLand RoverLDVMazdaMercedes-BenzMiniMitsubishiNissanPeugeotRenaultSaabSeatSkodaSuzukiToyotaVauxhall / OpelVolkswagenVolvoAir ConditioningClutch ActuatorsDashboard / Instrument ClustersBMWMazdaDiesel PumpsDPF InstallationsDPF RemovalAlfa RomeoAudiBMWChevroletCitroenFiatFordHondaHyundaiJaguarKiaLanciaMazdaMercedesMitsubishiNissanOpelPeugeotRange RoverRenaultSaabSeatSkodaSuzukiToyotaVauxhallVolkswagenVolvoECU RemappingECU RepairEGR RemovalsElectronic Ignition SwitchesGearboxesHeadlight Control Dealer changed light/bulb to no avail.
HT leads, pah childs play You could have a wiring problem, but I doubt it unless they have been disturbed, ie in a bump/repair. For official up to date information on any of there vehicles, please visit the official websites. tim April 17, 2015 @ 5:58 AM Just to let you know one of your pages for replacing headlights is not working: http://nickscarblog.com/diy/replacement-d1s-headlight-bulbs-for-b7-audi-a4s4rs4 Nick Roshon April 17, 2015 @ 7:08 AM his comment is here I replaced the ballasts and after intalling i got a adaptive light warning light.
Still had the same problem so moved onto the ballast, same problem. Really enjoy your blogs and the detailed, clear instructions. None of this is different to the other postings, but just want to keep this thread alive - very frustrating problem and looking for a solution. None of this fixed the light.
robseymour May 28, 2015 @ 2:00 AM I took my A5 to the official Audi dealer in Chelmsford UK and was told both bulbs had gone. Let's hope they decide to recall it and take care of us without soaking us for $1700 each. Could you be referring to the bulb holder? Hey Shane, Could I just blow that brand new Xenarc bulb bc there possible some wiring/relay/fuse/switch problem?