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    Retrofit automatic height adjustment for Bi-xenons

    Hi,

    Soon I'm going to try to install the sensors for auto height adjustment for my Bi-xenons (which I also need to install) on my Sportback.
    I don't think the wiring will be a problem, but I need to know where the two sensors (1 at the front axle and 1 at the back) are mounted.
    Someone who did this before, any help is welcome.
    Thanks,

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    The front axle sensor is on the left side, there is a hole locator on the lower arm & the rear also is on that side IIRC, the metal bracket that fixes to the lower arm has a locating lug & also this bolts on with a nut as does the rear, I'm in italy at mo so cant get precise info of mine but when you remove the wheels you should be able to see the locating holes on the arms etc.

    Maybe some kind person can help with images as I'm out of country until thurs.

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    I've got a spare auto leveling module if ur interested mate. Got it off NHN but didnt do the upgrade in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fizz View Post
    I've got a spare auto leveling module if ur interested mate. Got it off NHN but didnt do the upgrade in the end.
    lazy arse, lol.

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    Thanks so far.
    I've already got the complete kit to retrofit them.
    Going to take a look tomorrow, but some pics would be great.

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    I've had a look and I think I found the holes, anybody can confirm this?


    And for the rear, not a very good photo


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    Wow, never realised that they worked from a system like that. TBH, never really thought much about how they might work, but seems a reasonable concept.

    Does anyone else get people flashing you a lot with these as I do. If I pass someone at night on a motorway, they often flash me when I get passed as if they think I have been flashing at them (when all it is is the lights adjusting themselves over quite bumpy surfaces - I guess the stiff suspension of the S3 gives the suspension a fair bit of corrective movement). If I am alone in this I'll get Audi to check them. I'm on OE set up so assume it should be OK.
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    Hey Chiel,

    This is something I'm hopefully gonna do. It would be great if you could do a sort of 'How To' guide.

    I'm on the look out for some new (09) Xenons with DRL and I know you can get the kit from Kufetec

    Is this the sort of thing you are using (depending on year etc):-

    http://www.kufatec.de/shop/index.php...io.html/page/3

    Has anyone retro fitted the headlight washers or know of a how to guide

    Cheers

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    I hope to install the kit this month, I will try to make some pictures.
    To retrofit, you'll need the complete kit, not only the wiring harness, but also the sensors and control unit. There are different kits for vehicles with or w/o AFS, quatro, etc.

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    Sorry, posted the wrong link. Should have been this one:-

    http://www.kufatec.de/shop/product_i...PA-Cabrio.html

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    Yeah but also you must check if your modules in 09 supports the headlight changes in byte 21, kufatec arent 100% accurate with info & there kits so beware

    Also you cant retrofit fit washers, needs new bumper with holes already moulded in with fixings for the washer jets

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    Thanks Nigel,

    I'm not gonna do this for a while (need to save!) but I was considering something like this for the washers




    or something like it, just so its legal! If I had to change the whole bumper as well it would better buying a new car.

    They should suffice, particularly if they were colour coded.

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    AFAIK all they specify is that the lights have washers & while the OEM route may look better I'm sure they would do the job just fine. The OEM ones also have their own motor on the water bottle. I'm guessing thats for the higher pressure required to push the jets out & spray the water.
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    Kufatec also do the wiring for the washers

    http://www.kufatec.de/shop/product_i...-8P-Sport.html

    Just need the pump and pipe and it should be legal.

    Parts needed



    (Just added this as a reference for others)

    Would like the new Xenons with LED DRL's but they are pricey new:-

    09' facelift a3 front headlamps led (price req)

    and they don't come up on e-bay. The German ones will not apparently work being as they drive on the other side!

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    On my car the washer bottle has the indent & markings of where the hole should be but there is no actual hole for the pump. I wouldnt be impossible to cut out yourself but would you LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by pns2007 View Post
    Thanks Nigel,

    I'm not gonna do this for a while (need to save!) but I was considering something like this for the washers


    You're not serious?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khufu View Post
    but would you LOL
    Feck yeah, why not as its got the marked out location & save a bundle.

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    Not sure! I'm on a fact finding mission at the momement and will look into it closer at the time. Waiting for a decent set of lights to come up first.

    Added the postings to build a sort of database for myself and others to share should it be possible. Then I'll be ready after all the help given and also aware of all the pitfalls



    Edit

    You're not serious?
    Well er yes (sort of)
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    Quote Originally Posted by NHN View Post
    You're not serious?



    Feck yeah, why not as its got the marked out location & save a bundle.
    Your handy with a dremmel, I'd need to be also handy with mastic too LOL
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    Quote:
    You're not serious?


    Well er yes (sort of)

    Better consider saving up more (or blast the credit card) if you think it would look pants lol

    or perhaps a new car in a couple of years

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    Quote Originally Posted by pns2007 View Post
    Well er yes (sort of)
    Do yourself a favour, dont bother it will look pants, save up do the proper system, you wont regret it where as that above you'll always regret & holes in bumper = crap resale value for old bumper.

    Quote Originally Posted by Khufu View Post
    Your handy with a dremmel, I'd need to be also handy with mastic too LOL
    lmfao mastic, lol

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    Ok, installed the kit and the lights, only can't get them to work ( I mean the AFS and height adjustment) I recoded Cangateway, I can acces 55 Xenon level now, but I can't adjust anything. Do I need an 30 byte Centr electronic unit or will the 21 byte do just fine?

    I get this fault code":

    Adres 55: Xenon Niveau
    Regelapparaat Onderdeelnummer: 4F0 910 357 F
    Component en/of Versie: AFS 1 H01 0020
    Software Codering: 0000020
    Dealer Code: WSC 98765
    Additionele Info: NOSUBSYSTEM AFS-Modul links AFS-Modul rechtsH02 0020
    1 Fout Gevonden:
    02233 - Vermogensmodule voor linkerkoplamp (J667)
    004 - Geen Signaal/Communicatie - MIL AAN
    Bevries Frame:
    Fout Status: 11100100
    Fout Prioriteit: 2
    Fout Frekwentie: 2
    Reset teller: 207
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    With that fault code, Ross Tech wiki refers to:-

    http://wiki.ross-tech.com/index.php/02233

    Why is your reading in German?

    Hope you sort it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chielvb View Post
    Ok, installed the kit and the lights, only can't get them to work ( I mean the AFS and height adjustment) I recoded Cangateway, I can acces 55 Xenon level now, but I can't adjust anything. Do I need an 30 byte Centr electronic unit or will the 21 byte do just fine?

    I get this fault code":

    Adres 55: Xenon Niveau
    Regelapparaat Onderdeelnummer: 4F0 910 357 F
    Component en/of Versie: AFS 1 H01 0020
    Software Codering: 0000020
    Dealer Code: WSC 98765
    Additionele Info: NOSUBSYSTEM AFS-Modul links AFS-Modul rechtsH02 0020
    1 Fout Gevonden:
    02233 - Vermogensmodule voor linkerkoplamp (J667)
    004 - Geen Signaal/Communicatie - MIL AAN
    Bevries Frame:
    Fout Status: 11100100
    Fout Prioriteit: 2
    Fout Frekwentie: 2
    Reset teller: 207
    AFS would suggest left/right aswell as up/down, you have said earlier you were doing up/down & now you mention AFS, so its strange cause maybe reason why its not working is cause you've got wrong parts installed, but please advise as below so can be sure.

    What is your setting in 09 byte 21 for headlight type? This is if you have a 23 byte or above

    Have you checked the wiring pin to pin?

    No subsystem would suggest a wiring issue tbh with maybe a comms issue with the canbus, but I do ask what headlight part numbers have you installed & whats your 09 control module version part number?
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    It's Dutch not german

    I've installed the leveling kit for AFS from Kufatec.
    Byte 21 = Bi-xenon with separate DRL
    Haven't checked the wiring yet, will do that tomorrow, will look for the numbers at the same time.

    Beside this, I've got another problem with them, when I put on my main beam, they light for a few seconds and then just turn off again.?????

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    It's Dutch not german
    Sorry!

    I'll have to leave your problem to a professional. NHN will be along shortly.

    Keep us posted on how its going. As I said earlier it's something I'd like to do soon

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    Kufatec looms are **** for this mod if you intend to do the proper AFS system, the AFS/Cornering/With Kurve etc work differently to standard bixenons, they have control modules built into the lights & require canbus wiring from the module 55, the wiring is not the same at all, bixenon & bixenon AFS are different, canbus goes to the module 55 then from there canbus goes to each headlight, this is maybe why you have NO SUBSYSYSTEM errors as the headlights are not connected via can to the module 55.

    I manually redid all the wiring pin to pin without the looms, moved pins about also the newer headlights have a 14pin plug so I removed my 10 pin & soldered etc all in place with new repair wires & they look 100% oem now.



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    The wiring from the AFS unit is like this now:

    3 wires to +
    1 to ground
    Can low
    Can high
    2x3 to sensors
    2x3 to headlight (pin1,2 and 4) (1 and 2 are Bus-system according to Kufatec)

    You say, there need to be another wire from the unit to the left and right headlight. Do you know from and to what pin at the connector?

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    I'll check my wiring diags as I do so much wiring on the car I dont remember it all, but as I've already stated it isnt seeing the headlight modules IIRC from my fitment as I also had this but thats cause I hadnt done all the wiring not from incorrect wiring, yours I believe are incorrect wiring or wrong headlights, when you list part no.s then can ascertain if this is issue.

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    That would be great!

    My numbers:
    -Right headlight : 8P 941 004 S
    -Left headlight : 8P 941 003 S
    -09 centr electr : 8P 907 279 F (21 byte)

    When I read the kufatec "manual", they say something about long coding the "diagnose interface for ALWR" But my German is not good enought to understand it.
    I've recoded Canbus interface (19) so that it would see Xenon leveling (55), is this enough or should I recode something else also?

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    Headlights are correct for cornering, 09 module is 23 byte so has options for bixenons

    http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/showpos...04&postcount=3

    I reckon your wirings wrong but kufatec loom is **** anyway.

    I assume you have also told the 09 that you have bixenon installed in the lower bytes aswell as byte 21?

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    Byte 21 is the last I can change, I can see byte 22, but I can't change it. But that ain't nessecary.

    I had normal xenons (retrofitted) before, they worked fine
    Byte 00 Bit 1 ON
    Byte 03 Bit 4 OFF
    Byte 17 Bit 1 OFF


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    Remember 23 byte means it goes from 00 to 22 thus 23 bytes in total, people forget it doesnt start from 01.

    Were the original retro's single vision xenons & were they audi or aftermarkets.

    Single vision xenons had the same wiring as halogens tbh so they would have worked fine from stock wiring, but bixenons etc are different, pin your wiring through or dont you have a wiring schemtaic at all, just reliant on kufatecs **** loom?

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    Yes I know it starts at 00
    They were original audi and were plug and play indeed (except the leveling of course)

    I don't have a schematic no, I thought the kufatec looms would do the job
    But when you did this, did you just located the wires at the same pin numbers as Kufatec did, or did you completly relocated them in the 14 pins ?

    And I assume you have changed your xenon range unit (55) for an AFS one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chielvb View Post
    I don't have a schematic no, I thought the kufatec looms would do the job
    But when you did this, did you just located the wires at the same pin numbers as Kufatec did, or did you completly relocated them in the 14 pins ?

    And I assume you have changed your xenon range unit (55) for an AFS one?
    Yeah dont get me started about kufatec looms, I relocated all the wires & soldered etc new repair wires to match the new 14 pin connector, I joined earths & tbh I used the original 10 wires I had from my single vision xenons & in the car joined & rewired to where ever the schematics advised from ELSAWIN & yes I updated my levelling module for AFS, which is denoted by a blue colour base.

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    Yes got the blue module with AFS at it.

    Do you still have any of these schematics? They would be a great help.

    Is it right that there are three pins not used in the 14 pin connector?

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    Yes its correct there are 3 pins not used

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    Played around with the coding of 09 centr electr, but didn't made any difference.
    Seems to be the sensors are found by the xenon range unit, but I can't adjust them.
    I can't change the coding neither, I fill in the security code and then when coding I get an unknown fault.
    Have bought Etka, waiting for it now.

    I read somewhere that you (NHN) have pulled a wire between the light switch and the central electr unit so that you can operate the DRL by switching to auto, you said "wire from pin 4 of the headlight switch 7 pin long connector down to the connector E pin 10 on the main network board" .
    Which one do you mean by 7 pin long connector? It seems to be the one for manual leveling control, when I look at my lightswitch.
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    What do you mean you cant adjust them, they are auto so there is no adjustment done by yourself.

    What coding are you inputting?

    If you look on the back of the light switch there are 3 connectors, one long thin 7 pin connector is what this refers to for the drl on/off switch.

    What version of vagcom are you using just out of curiosity?

    There is an adaptation channel in there to set the lights to showroom mode, this when you turn the steering wheel left/right makes the lights turn in that direction, this would test if that works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chielvb View Post
    Have bought Etka, waiting for it now.
    ETKA is the parts catalogue, you sure you dont mean ELSA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NHN View Post
    What do you mean you cant adjust them, they are auto so there is no adjustment done by yourself.

    I mean when I go to basic settings, I only get fault, I can't get them to zeroice themselfs

    What coding are you inputting?

    If changed byte 00 bit 1 to 0 and byte 03 bit 4 to 1 (xenon without shutter)

    If you look on the back of the light switch there are 3 connectors, one long thin 7 pin connector is what this refers to for the drl on/off switch.

    I thought you ment this one, only at my car this is for manual height adjustment, not for DRL, so I thought it was strange, but get the point now

    What version of vagcom are you using just out of curiosity?

    805.4

    There is an adaptation channel in there to set the lights to showroom mode, this when you turn the steering wheel left/right makes the lights turn in that direction, this would test if that works.

    Yes I know, tried this already, had no effect, light won't go left/right or up and down.
    Sorry I mean Elsa indeed.
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