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 unfortunately I didn't bookmark the instructions I referred to in my last post. Nick Roshon December 3, 2014 @ 9:56 AM If it's flickering, it's either the bulb or the ballast most likely. After reading all of my favorite Audi forums, I found a host of information, some of it helpful, some of it conflicting, and some if it misguided. http://da4design.com/audi-a4/audi-a3-headlights-not-working.php
Perhaps the ballast? 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 It's hit or miss. My headlights flicker but now both sides flicker where a couple months back it was only the right side, can I replace the Xenon lights myself? http://www.audiworld.com/forums/a4-b5-platform-discussion-1/headlights-not-working-read-faq-2752820/
I am not so sure about the "left to right" while steering. Nick Roshon May 27, 2015 @ 2:07 PM Either the wiring is loose, or the ballasts are bad. The sensor bridges the lower control arm to the body and looks like this: If it is damaged or the wires have frayed, you can order a new one here: http://www.ecstuning.com/Audi-B6_S4–V8/Lighting/Headlights/Leveling/ES440960/. They are part of the headlight so you either have to buy a new headlight or get one from someone who wrecked.
It nudged me to look at the front of the car in daylight with the engine running and the light switch set to "Auto". Jer mentioned that these inner lights can be switched on to be used with the main beam. Im in a similar situation as Andrew, I installed aftermarket headlights on my 2004 Audi A4 (D1s xenons) but when I turn my lights on at night only the middle D1S 1998 Audi A4 Headlight Switch If you get a used one, take the headlight off and take the back off and it's real hard to get to but with a tiny screwdriver, you can push off
Nonetheless, will replacing the ballasts solve an intermittent headlight failure or do you recommend aftermarket headlights? RickW Posts: 718 Registered: 02/16/05 Re: Xenon Headlight won't ignite intermittently (2002 TT Quattro) Posted: May 13, 2010 9:45 AM in response to: 2002TTnoir Reply Just confirming you have Never noticed left right. But after i had connected it again and started the vehicle, i got a message and yellow light saying adaptive lights defective.
So problem solved. 1998 Audi A4 Headlights Not Working Is there a "module and is it different than the ballast? Do you by any chance how to take that out of the housing? Read through your comments above - same recommendations for Q7 and how do I confirm if I have adaptive lights?
What can the problem be? http://nickscarblog.com/diy/how-to-fix-dipped-headlight-error-on-an-audi Do you think it's possible for part of it to fail? Audi A4 Headlights Not Working DLRs are now very popular in the UK, with most new cars here since around 2011 having LED DRLs. Audi A4 Dipped Headlight Solution What do I have to change (VAGCOM) so that I would not have the error anymore? (sorry for my english) Thanks!
The time now is 08:27 PM. this page Would be interested to read the instructions to fix the AFS motor though, can you tell me where those are? I swopped out the right side bulb with an osram and it hasn't gone out yet. J-Fox Posts: 1 Registered: 06/25/10 Re: Xenon Headlight won't ignite intermittently (2002 TT Quattro) Posted: Jun 26, 2011 12:56 AM in response to: 2002TTnoir Reply It's the ignitor inside Audi A4 Headlight Fuse
At least for the B7 A4/S4 platform, all xenons have auto-leveling, which is the up/down range. About Shipping Detail About Payment Detail Audi TT Xenon Front Lights D2S Ballast Audi TT Headlamp HID Ignitor Audi TT Headlight Xenon HID Ballast Control Unit To D2S Bulb Igniter Harness check you battery, then check your terminals, then check the headlamp connectors for security, sometimes they just get a little loose. get redirected here I kind of doubt it is the bulbs, unless the connector to the bulbs is really loose or something.
But how can I know the right types, was not any stickers numbers from the lamp I have, and link to lamps on eBay? 1998 Audi A4 Headlight Relay Location Thanks Nick Roshon August 7, 2013 @ 4:33 PM Zak - it can definitely be worth it, it kind of depends on how much they're asking for it and how long At first I assumed I was just really unlucky and replaced both headlight bulbs but this hasn't helped.
Do these burn into their true color or ? No current coming off the fuse box. Could be worth looking at the relays too. 1999 Audi A4 Headlights Not Working It worked but I think I went too low so I'll be finding a spot tonight to play with it where I can see the changes happen as I do it.
Didn't check sensors, bulbs or alignment. Turn the switch but only taillights come on, no highbeams no side markers unless I press hazard lights, I don't know where is the fuse to check. The problem suddenly went away a couple months later only to have it come back again. useful reference Did both go out at the same time?
You can get a lot of help with parts and prices, just be careful of the imitation stuff. Community Links Pictures & Albums Members Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page... I'm reluctant to let the dealer troubleshoot. Squints 03 TT Posts: 1 Registered: 05/06/15 Re: Xenon Headlight won't ignite intermittently (2002 TT Quattro) Posted: May 6, 2015 11:28 PM in response to: Bigtire audi , 2001 ,
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 We are always looking for top class Companies to join and support this website, so to get more details of our excellent value advertising packages please email for full details. Trending Now Conor McGregor Anthony Rizzo Delta Airlines Kristen Wiig Mayo Clinic Luxury SUV Deals Vaughn actor Reince Priebus Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms 2016 Cars Answers Relevance Rating Newest Oldest Best Answer: Any thoughts?
I tried a new bulb, etc, and it's only on left side on an '03 TT. All content is viewed and used by you at your own risk and we do not warrant the accuracy or reliability of any of the information. Copyright: Images used on this When the DRL's are disabled and the lights are off they work when pulling on the high beam lever. If the load relay was bad t more stuff would not wark bmwbiker Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Similar Threads Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last
william September 20, 2014 @ 3:33 PM I have a 2003 audi a4 that the headlight dipped light is on an the code says it a ground problem also the oil I'd recommend changing them both because if you replace only one, the colour will not match. 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. I'm guessing if you changed your headlight settings in Vag-com you could get it to turn on, although not sure what the benefit would be.
I actually just recently bought one of these, I think that is a safe bet in terms of OEM quality yet 6000k color: http://amzn.to/1SCuvbc Paul January 18, 2016 @ 8:04 AM You'll want to update  Headlight Aim Control - it sounds like you went from Adaptive to Xenon Plus, so if your car's settings haven't been updated that will probably cause Help please!