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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by phantom, Mar 13, 2008.

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    To Lee , AKA Mitch78 for nipping round after work with his VAG-COM!

    He sorted for me

    Alarm blips , open and lock
    Rear DRL's
    Emergency brake/hazzard lights

    Cheers mate i owe you one!

    Nice 1:salute:

    leon AKA Phantom
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    When are you gonna nip round after work and take me out in the S3 leon?!
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    Any time mate , but it's not gonna be as fast as your cousins lighter more powerful TT ??????

    p
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    Do you know what, the TT isn't light, its heavy!! 1575kg! Somehow it shrugs it off though, when I next have it up here, I'll take you out in it!
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    Do any of you guys with a copy of VAG-com know if it can be used to convert Bi-Xenon headlamps for continental driving.

    I had mine done by my dealer last year but it would be nice to be able to do them myself and other things as well.
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    What does that entail Dave?

    I thought Bi-Xenons were superior to NORMAL Xenons , as a lid part shuts for dipped and fully open for main beam?

    The Normal Xenons require a separete ancillary motor to power the dipped headlights!

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    :thumbsup:
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    I'd be interested to know this too!
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