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Early 8p xenon quick question

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Lee_R, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. Lee_R

    Lee_R Active Member

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    Long time no post guys!

    I have a quick question. 8p1 xenon is damaged and needs replacing. I have sourced a replacement from an s3 but the part number has a different suffix.

    On car is 8p0 941 029AA
    New part is 8p0 941 029AB

    Will the B suffix be ok to fit? They are a lot of money to get wrong!

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    The AB is adaptive mate, if you have the oem factory fit bixenons as per AA part number, then the levelling system will not work & errors will be shown, if its not got levelling then it will work fine.

    I have a AA here iirc, I'll check.
     
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    Yeah its all factory fit AA. Cant find another AA anywhere so was hoping a later AB would fit! Which seems to be the s3 version
     
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    Levelling system if not compatible with adaptive.
     
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    Top man! God knows what I am going to do, audi want 1000 for one! its got cling film holding it together!
     
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    PM me & we can discuss it.
     

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