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I am not an expert by any means. LED lights may flicker on some vehicles, this is caused by the vehicle's onboard computer failing self-check test due to the new LED kit you just installed. As clearly the part is in working order. Moreover, there is a funny smell coming from inside where the high beam goes when I take off the cover. Source

If the problem is reversed you might have a bad bulb. Don't buy wrong part. I assume when you are doing this the other side works as normal when you swap it? 02-06-2014,05:35 PM #8 BMWAccelerator View Profile View Forum Posts BMWAccelerator BMW CCA Member Join Enter Keywords or a Phrase: Be sure to visit our other websites: Auto Repair Yourself Carley Automotive Software OBD2HELP Random-Misfire Scan Tool Help TROUBLE-CODES Pular navegação BREnviarFazer loginPesquisar Carregando...

One Hid Light Not Working

by igniter do you mean the whole inside ballast and igniter? I fought for weeks, called BMW NA, opened a case, they can't do anything. Upping the fuse by 5 amp might do the trick. 2. Sometimes it will stay on for an hour and sometimes it will go out within a minute.

Flickering can also be caused by the vehicle's onboard computer failing self-check test due to the new HID kit you just installed. ADPTraining 169.375 visualizações 7:20 HID Troubeshooting - Duração: 4:26. What is the other one to? Hid High Beam Not Working check the wires because they become very brittle and tend to fall apart.

If you install your HID kit or LED kit and they do not turn on you may have a reverse polarity issue. Hid Headlight Problems Appreciate 0 Quote grassfeeder View Public Profile Find More Posts by grassfeeder 02-06-2013, 04:15 PM #9 Mr.performance Banned 1Rep 45Posts Drives: 2013 f30 Join Date: Oct 2012 Location: san In the process I looked at the other side of the car to make sure everything looked perfect on both sides. I have also seen the ballast.I called around to a few mechanics to get a quote on having the ballast replaced and the cheapest was $537 plus tax and disposal fees.

I got the correct D2R bulb (it look identical to the one it replaced all the writing ect looks the same). Hid Low Beam Not Working Thanks. 02-06-2014,07:44 PM #15 BMWAccelerator View Profile View Forum Posts BMWAccelerator BMW CCA Member Join Date Nov 2013 Location Orange County, California Posts 645 My Cars E46 330i ZSP+ZPP Originally Posted It takes 15K and more to provide the arc and once the xenon is gaseous the voltage required is in the lower hundreds or even lower. As they age, the voltage needing to keep them lit increases until it reaches the upper limit of the ballast.

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I can find the modules on both ends but not the harness.... Yes, I have a late model E46 that uses a D2S bulb. One Hid Light Not Working KASALighting 174.295 visualizações 4:26 Supercharging a Xentec HID ballast - Duração: 5:16. Headlight Not Working After Replacing Bulb It alternates sides, so I know both have the same issue.

Click the Banner Below to Ask an Expert: Related Links (Offsite) Philips Lighting Bulb Lookup for Your Vehicle Related Articles: Performance Headlights High Intensity Discharge (HID) Headlights Charging System Checks (alternator this contact form The bi-xenons bulb is effectively a spark plug in a sealed capsule with xenon gas. The time now is 05:04 PM. It's free. Headlights Not Working But High Beams Are

Or, if a harness is being used, the relay or in-line fuse has likely failed. not sarcasm, it's a genuine question. So there is no way for me to do this myself then. http://tekspotting.com/not-working/xenon-headlights-not-working.html Terms of Use CRJ900 View Public Profile Find all threads started by CRJ900 Find all posts by CRJ900 View My Garage Add CRJ900 to Your Ignore List #9 04-29-2011,

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If you installed a power relay harness with your HID kit, make sure you have properly grounded the harness.

Page 1 of 2 1 2 > Thread Tools Search this Thread Rating: Display Modes 12-05-2011, 01:46 PM #1 Mad328Luv Registered User Join Date: Jun 2010 Location: New It seems kind of pricy. I removed the top cove of the headlight housing. Hid Lights Only Work High Beam Also, the high beam bulb works fine (the separate high beam bulb; the high beam that is the same bulb as the low beam does NOT work.) I don't know how

It has stopped turning on at all now. Top bumgardner Posts: 8 Joined: Wed Jun 01, 2011 5:04 pm Year and Model: XC90 2004 Location: Nashville Re: Xenon Headlight Problems Quote Postby bumgardner » Wed Jun 01, 2011 6:24 Once that has been done, then I can consider checking the Light Control Module for an issue. Check This Out Start Here Search MVS Volvo Glossary Volvo Classifieds Diagnostic Codes: 1992-1995 Volvos Diagnostic Codes: 1996-1998 Volvos Diagnostic Codes: 1999+ Volvos The ETM Thing in Plain English Volvo Cars & SUVs Volvo

If the flickering is caused by the DRL you will need a wiring harness or have the DRL disabled (this may not be legal in all areas). However, I have bi-xenon non-adaptive headlights which just got fixed last week. If also flick, then problem is on the ballast. Is there a ballast for each side?

inside the housing you have three wires on top. Most headlight circuits are on (powered) all the time, so there should be voltage to the power side of the fuse. Share May 6, 2013 If your HID kit is not working properly, it could be due to one of several reasons: Flickering: Flickering on both sides of the vehicle can be That is where I would start. 02-06-2014,06:29 PM #12 BMWAccelerator View Profile View Forum Posts BMWAccelerator BMW CCA Member Join Date Nov 2013 Location Orange County, California Posts 645 My Cars

I'll have to either get the dealer to do it or an autohaus that works on imports. Also, sometimes increasing the headlight fuse by 5 amps solves the problem. You can swap the new bulb you bought to the driver side to check, if no flicker, then means your driver side's bulb also failed. Case B: No green dot on the parts sticker on the failed headlamp: If both headlamps have failed: The xenon control unit and xenon bulb from the failed headlamps must be