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Headlights died on switch-on, replaced dim-dip relay in passenger footwell and also main lighting switch. Result is dim-dip relay chatters when switch in sidelight position, no headlights in second position, but have sidelights. Is there another relay, bearing in mind that this is a Commercial (van) and may be a Disco 1/2 hybrid.
The alternator is shot and is pumping out to much juice ... this has blown the bulbs and causes the relay chatter. I'm afraid it is a new alternator and bulbs :(
Posted on Jul 16, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Audi A3 Sidelights
do you mean the little light on the fender? if so it should pop right out by pushing the lense forward against the spring and then pulling it out. the one in the bumper and the fog light are a bit more dificult, you have to get access to the inside of the bumper by removing the fog light black assembly.
Posted on Sep 23, 2008
SOURCE: no sidelights working
The 15 amp TAIL fuse is for the sidemarkers, the license plate, etc. There is a taillamp relay.
Both of these circuits are powered by the 50 amp AM1 fuse.
The fog lights are powered by the 15 amp FR FOG fuse.
The inst panel is powered by 3 fuses: 7.5 amp GAUGE, 15 amp DOME and 7.5 ECU-B.
Please check all of these, and if they are all good, please get back to me for more info.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
Remove the clips that secure the top of the radiator grille. Pry up the center piece and pull up the clip to remove it. There are 5 screws on the bottom of the grille piece that you have to take out. BE VERY CAREFUL with the grille when pulling it out as it idoesn't take alot of force to break it. Next undo the screws that secure the headlight housing (3 total), there is also something called a guide pin on the housing. Detach the connector from the bracket by squeezing the lock tip with pliers. That should give you complete access to the lamps inside the housing.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
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