I was not planning on using these features. I got a good deal on a set of AFS trixenons so I went with them. I figure if I wire as described above, completely bypassing the AFS and trixenon features, I should have no problems. However, to do so, I need to figure out the pin assignment for the headlights.unless you have xenon adaptive lights as a factory option at the moment then do not use tri-xenons or adaptive bi xenons, you will get errors.
Probably your high beam shutter wire is energised at all times. Check if that is not short to the positive wire of low beam or something else.Hello. I have retrofitted the complete S-line front bumper + blinkers and new LED headlights with AFS - upgraded the J519 module and blinker/high beam control lever. Everything works, but I get a "high beam bulb out" error on both of the headlights. Could this be a coding issue or what am I missing?
Does your high-beam actually work? If it does it may be coding.. If not, you have an issue with your wiringHello. I have retrofitted the complete S-line front bumper + blinkers and new LED headlights with AFS - upgraded the J519 module and blinker/high beam control lever. Everything works, but I get a "high beam bulb out" error on both of the headlights. Could this be a coding issue or what am I missing?
what do you use to remove the pin if you put them in the wrong slot ?a4ss4abt, you are my personal god.
Ill do it tomorrow morning.
PS: I assume this is for old J519.
I have a promise from a friend that tomorrow ill have the wiring schematics of the new J519 and the pinout of the new led headlights. Ill post them here maybe we can figure out together how to make the leds work with the new J519.
My question is regardingthe J393 control module for the audi q7 led tail light retrofit. The part number 4L0 910 289 H has been superseded by this new part number 4L0 910 289 K.
My question is whether this new part number would work in my 2006 Q7 with the new coding or not to power up the led tail lights properly? Please help.
Hey bro I have an issue I have an 07 Q7 4.2 and I bought it with the led headlights (DRL) all of a sudden after a year my less stopped working in the headlights I recently probed the #12 pin on the headlight plug with positive power and the leds came on so for some reason that particular pin is not getting power. I’m really not trying to jump power to it just looking for any ideas of why that pin is not sending power to the led strips in headlights