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Once you have inspected and either repaired or replaced the sensor, you will need to recalibrate it using vag-com. What does this mean? Nick Roshon December 9, 2014 @ 2:00 PM To have that many bulbs out it sounds like more of an electrical issue - I'd start by checking your fuses, and if The problem suddenly went away a couple months later only to have it come back again. http://da4design.com/audi-a4/audi-a4-tdi-air-con-not-working.php

A4 (b6) 2.5 TDi QS Saloon. #4 kite, Jul 7, 2014 B79MJW likes this. Thanks, Graham. Barry May 5, 2015 @ 2:20 PM Hello Can someone please give me more advice about an error for my headlights.. I would much rather code it out if possible. http://www.audiforum.ca/a4-b7-typ-8e-8h-2005%C2%962008-77/high-beams-not-working-65862/

Audi A4 Headlights Not Working

I have heard some conflicting information on that. Anything other seems to also have issues bloody Audi. Nick Roshon January 11, 2015 @ 1:44 PM Most likely a problem with the ballast, or the wiring connectors are loose. They are rated by their amperage and are designed to blow or open when the current being drawn through it exceeds its design rating.

With VAGCOM i can see the actual stalk switch changing on and off but the light outpost not changing. I took the car home and then when I went to start it the battery was dead. So problem solved. What to Check First There are several things that most commonly cause this error after reading dozens of owners messages on Audizine, Fourtitude, Audiforums and other message boards.

How it's done: A mechanic will inspect the entire lighting system, including all bulbs, fuses, switches, wires, and relays. Audi A4 Dipped Headlight Solution The time now is 12:15 PM. http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php/332700-new-twist-on-ballast-replacement Just FYI for those with a bad ballast. I am getting the dipped headlight main beam error.

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 I'm thinking I can purchase the parts and have someone else install? This is my first time posting on your blog and wanted to add to the discussion about the dipped headlight error. Would entirely new headlamps fix most issues?

Audi A4 Dipped Headlight Solution

Far better than the $500+ the dealer would have charged. http://www.justanswer.com/audi/7xlq7-2007-audi-a4-quattro-2-0t-high-beams-don-t-work.html Make sure you have the right part number prior to ordering – the part number can be found on a white sticker on top of your headlights which you can see Audi A4 Headlights Not Working Could it still be the bulb?? And can someone easily install at home?

When the dial goes to the next headlight mode or the "full on" position, the error message disappears. useful reference I have a 2009 A4 cvt with 60k miles. Really enjoy your blogs and the detailed, clear instructions. 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

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. i have an aftermarket halo headlight assembly that runs h1 brights, when i removed the right bulb, it was burned a little on the small plate and the lens was burned I am thinking it is a faulty switch. my review here Instructions would be the same as done in the clear corner mod here: http://nickscarblog.com/diy/b7-audi-clear-corner-mod Carlee Peszko November 7, 2013 @ 5:28 PM I was seeing if Like Miller wanted to share

Thanks in advance joe olson March 27, 2015 @ 3:58 PM Hi I have a 2003 audi a4 1.8t and my driver side headlight went out. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply Reply With Quote 04-14-2012,02:23 AM #5 weston Neutral Join Date Mar 2009 Location Upstate SC Posts 36 The halos are my passenger side headlight works great, no flickering, no dipped light error, but it won't switch from low to high beam.

NULL #6 john777w, Jul 8, 2014 B79MJW Member Joined: Oct 8, 2006 Messages: 35 Likes Received: 1 Sorted was the headlight switch.

That's a pretty serious engineering oversight. My pervious car was a 2011 skoda superb with standard lights and they were brighter than the A6.. The problem I have noticed since this small issue is that when my headlights are switched to the 'auto' position (which is where they have always remained since I've owned the Sounds like you need VCDS or equivalent.

I replaced the ballasts and after intalling i got a adaptive light warning light. New leveling sensor 3 years ago, removed air suspension shortly thereafter, never have had any other lighting issues. and now they dont work on the auto position unless i pull handle towards steering wheel. get redirected here Thanks Nick Roshon October 30, 2014 @ 11:46 AM It probably isn't the same fuse on your car as mine since you have an entirely different platform.

In the US we have City Lights and Daytime Running Lights, and the City Light (what I think you're referring to) only comes on when the headlight does. Robert West July 18, 2014 @ 1:10 AM There definitely is some confusion on this around many of the forums and you seem to be the one who could clear it Auto EscrowInsurance Gallery Browse Albums Browse Pictures Classifieds Advertise Auto Loans Forum Volkswagen Passat Discussion Volkswagen Passat B5 Discussion high beam icon on dash and high beams not working Welcome to Other headlight systems use two halogen bulbs in each headlamp -- one for high beam and one for low.

it worked perfectly fine before then and after that my rear view mirror dimmer dosent also work.. We’ll send one of our vetted, top-rated mechanics. We are working every day to make sure our community is one of the best. the suspension keeps putting the rise and lower lights on when driving for example today the down light was flashing on level 2 but the level 3 light was blinking so

Anybody have any info or fixesodor these symptoms? http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php/574132-B7-3-0-TDI-quattro-Avant-ZF-6HP19-gearbox-issues Cheers Nick Roshon February 17, 2014 @ 11:13 AM I'd try the ballasts first, that should help. have only limited functionality - basically they can clear errors and maybe edit some codes, but can't edit nearly as much as the Ross-tech cables can - so it's hit or the new high beam sylvania silverstar will not come on in either position.

Or you can find a shop that specializes in VW/Audi to do it for you, it should only take a few minutes… Nick Roshon December 4, 2014 @ 1:55 PM They I have checked the connections for corrosion and/or non contact and both appeared good to go. Is the car throwing any codes or warning lights that give you an additional info when you scan via Vag-com? Haven't been able to figure it out.

Nick Roshon April 14, 2015 @ 10:09 PM Sounds like it could be a problem with the aftermarket headlights. It nudged me to look at the front of the car in daylight with the engine running and the light switch set to "Auto". After reading the comments here I came to know about the left right adjustment..