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Xenons to Bi-Xenons

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by jazz5000, Jan 21, 2014.

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    [Jan 21, 2014]
    Hi

    Car currently has single xenons,

    I have sourced S3 bi-xenons.

    Can anyone tell me what i need for this to work?
    I know with halogens you need a kufatec loom, but as i already have xenons not sure if i do.

    Also i already have leveling sensors and washer jets so i suppose thats one thing less required.

    Also have full vcds for any coding.
    Will i need a new module?

    Will update the thread later and confirm which one i currently have.

    Car is a 04 sport fsi with factory xenons,auto lights,auto mirror etc
    If that helps

    Thanks
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    [Jan 22, 2014]
    Yes you will still need loom as the Bi-xenons use a 14-pin loom and the halogen/single xenon use 10-pin looms.
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    [Jan 22, 2014]
    Ok

    Also do you know which module i would need?

    Will post up which one i currently have shortly.
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    [Jan 22, 2014]
    The bi-xenons look nicer on the car when fitted but I would say I prefer the xenon+halogen main beam setup!

    Not sure about the module, is it central electrics? As you car is an early one it might not support bi-xenons.
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    [Jan 22, 2014]
    Part numbers for bi-xenons are

    8P0 941 004AA
    8P0 941 029AA

    Part number for the module is :

    8P0 907 279C
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