Audizine - An Automotive Enthusiast Community

Page 1 of 32 12311 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 40 of 1242
  1. #1
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    DIY Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Guest-only advertisement. Register or Log In now!
    Thanks to: NPuter, Cabal San, Tartan, Macuser, and anyone else who has contributed. You guys rock

    Big thanks to Kylan, Sin_City_Rings for hooking me up with his old bi-xenon housings after he got e-codes (from Jens also). Thanks for the great price Kylan


    BIGGGG THANKS TO JENS aka LowestA4 (i think). Dood got me everything I needed other than the housings for a GREAT PRICE. Lets just say he got me everything (2x LED ballast, 2x HID ballast, Kufatec Adapter, Bulbs, Screws) for just more than the price of ONE HID BALLAST ($600) would have been from Audi Dealership. Audi wanted 600/each hid ballast, $300/each led ballast, etc....so Jens saved me ALOT of money. Thank you so much Jens!!!

    so happy now .

    One Problem: No high-beams. Have to track that down and they will be 100%. I'll live without highbeams for the time being. I think this might have something to do with the extra wires from kufatec no? I had an Audi tech install those two wires into the harnesses for me, so if thats the case i might ask him to take a second look.

    Teaser Pic




    What's Needed

    OEM Bi-Xenon Headlights, US or Euro spec. (including bulbs and ballasts obviously)

    Kufatec Adapter


    VAGCOM


    That should be it.

    The first step I did was run the extra wires that run off of the kufatec adapters through the firewall. (pics thanks to macuser)

    1. take this thing off



    2. unscrew this


    3. lift this thing up


    Under the rain tray on the drivers-side if you look down you will see two little bolts holding the wiperfluid holder on...unscrew those so you can kind of move the holder out of the way. Look down and you will see a black rubber plug of sorts (round and like 3" big). Remember that plug.

    Now it's time to take the lower dash panel off...

    There are two small bolts/screws to take off underneath, those should be pretty obvious. The hidden one is underneath the fuse panel. You pop off the fuse panel, which is on the drivers side of the dash when you open the door. You will see the 3rd bolt. Take that out and the dash should slide off. You will have to unclip the little harness for the led and remove the plug for the vagcom port.

    Once the dash is removed, you will be able to look down there and see a black plug about 3" in diameter right up and above where your left foot would be if you were sitting in the seat. That is the same hole you can see from under the raintray.

    This part is kind of tricky. I didn't know the best way to deal with the firewall. I first gently stuck a screwdriver through the plug on the drivers side. I then took that out and put some needle-nose pliers in place. My brother held those open while i dangled down the kufatec wires. One they were safely in the needle-nose pliers, we gently pulled the pliers (which were holding the wires) through. I pulled the wire through a little for some slack.

    Once i had the adapter wire through the firewall, it was time to pin them into the connector. I broke two clips doing this and had to go to audi for replacements, which were NOT cheap.

    You need to remove these two connectors from up under the dash



    I had an audi-tech wire them for me since i broke the clips the first time. I believe the magenta colored part of each clip needs to be moved out of the way in order to get the pins in. I'm sorry but I cant help with this. Anyway, the wires need to be pinned into slot #3 on the tan and slot #9 on the red. My wires were marked pin 3 and pin 9.

    After that, go ahead and pull any slack from the wire back through the firewall and towards the engine.

    Put the dash back together now if you want.

    Now its time to take the headlights out. I used this link as a guide:

    http://forums.audiworld.com/showthread.php?t=2772160

    This is what it looks like with the light removed:


    if you look closely you can see the two screws that need to be loosened below/behind the light (not to be confused with the two on top of the headlight)




    Get the Kufatec adapter and plug one side (you'll be able to tell which side is which) into the halogens wiring harness.




    Make sure to plug in the headlight and TEST it before tightening anything. We did it before we even slid them into place. You could even do it before taking the halogen out (just unplug the harness)

    once the lights have been tested, unplug if necessary and make sure the adapter is routed where you want. Once it is, plug the other side of the kufatec adapter into the light. Line up the new bi-xenon headlight and carefully slide it into place. You have to put them back in just like you took them out, kind of at an angle. There is a little track that they slide into, which guides the tabs into place. Then tighten the bolts back down once the tabs are in place. One thing we had to do with my lights were transfer the upper clips from the halogen headlights over to the bi-xenon headlights. Make sure the new headlights have the upper tabs. They screw in and out very easily and it was no problem to transfer them.



    Once the lights are both in, use zip ties to secure the kufatec harness wires to points of your choice. We ran the harness across the front of the engine bay, careful to watch out for the hood latch. There is a cable that runs along that we zipped tied it to..



    Once everything is secure it is time to use the VAG-COM...


    i believe you go to:

    [09 - Cent. Elect.]
    [Coding - 07]

    We went to the actual long code and I used this code provided by macuser:

    New: 26001031063C00010000080000001D0D0F1452080000000100 0000

    It works perfectly for me, except i need to figure out how to get my highbeams to work. I used 1D0D and am going to try 5D5D and see if that changes anything and enables my highbeams. OTher than having no highbeams, everything is great. The LED DRL's have been set to full brightness and stay on when the turn signal is on. They look awesome.
    Last edited by ASU Daniel; 03-20-2015 at 11:11 PM.

  2. #2
    Senior Member Three Rings Cabal_san's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 06 2009
    AZ Member #
    47368
    Location
    TX

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Wow, looks great! Way to go!!

  3. #3
    Veteran Member Four Rings NPuter's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 27 2009
    AZ Member #
    49877
    My Garage
    '15 MBZ E400 Cab/'13 Subaru Outback 3.6R
    Location
    Miami, FL / Boone, NC

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Coding for Bi-Xenon Retrofit

    After completing the retrofit, it is essential that you change the coding listed below.
    Without the coding, the xenon bulbs will turn on with a red flash. I'm not an expert, but I'm pretty sure that is not good for the bulbs. They will flicker/turn off. In addition, the LEDs will not work.
    Basically, the coding is essential - do not think you can avoid changing the coding. Make sure you have access to a VAG-Com at the time of the retrofit or you will be left with non-functioning lights!



    [09 – Cent. Elect.]
    [Coding - 07] -> Long Coding Helper

    Byte 0: From 69 → 26 = change from halogen to xenon bulbs
    Byte 2: From 00 → 10 = enable LED DRL
    Byte 14: From 7F → 1D = bi-xenon high-beams
    Byte 15: From 5F → 0D = bi-xenon high-beams
    Last edited by NPuter; 02-25-2013 at 06:44 PM.

  4. #4
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by NPuter View Post
    Congrats!!
    Yep - the two kufatec wires are for the high beams...
    Also, byte 14 and 15 of the coding control the highbeams - what did you cange them to?
    1D0D i believe

    edit: maybe ill try 5d5d
    Last edited by ASU Daniel; 01-30-2010 at 05:24 PM.

  5. #5
    Senior Member Three Rings Cabal_san's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 06 2009
    AZ Member #
    47368
    Location
    TX

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Yeah, try the coding swap to the old 5D5D and see. *Or 3D0D. Talking w Ross Tech, it wont hurt to put in diff values in regards to other coding, so try diff combinations for byte 14/15.

    Question: did you route the right light trigger wire to the back of the engine bay and then over, or in the front?
    Last edited by Cabal_san; 01-31-2010 at 09:58 AM. Reason: Another P+ coding

  6. #6
    Veteran Member Four Rings aznpxdd's Avatar
    Join Date
    Feb 16 2009
    AZ Member #
    38772
    My Garage
    2012 Alpine White BMW X1 (China)
    Location
    LA/Dongguan/Taipei

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Nice job on the write up. I'm sure this will help tons of people.
    -Jeff

    2009 Ibis White A4 2.0T

    Gloss Black Grille | CF Filler Plate | 19x8.5" Dark Gunmetal VMR v701's | Black Calipers | ST Coilovers
    OSIR Trunk Spoiler| H&R 5mm Spacers | 5k DS3 HID's | Luminics Fogs | VAG-Com | Silver CF Interior | K&N Intake
    Painted Front Splitter | Gloss Black Roof | Hardwired V1 | OSIR CF Rear Valence | AWE Quad Tip Exhaust

  7. #7
    Established Member Two Rings marvinmai's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 24 2009
    AZ Member #
    46838
    My Garage
    Audi A4 B8
    Location
    SoCal

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by ASU Daniel View Post
    1D0D i believe

    edit: maybe ill try 5d5d
    Hey, let me know if you get your high beams to work. I'm still puzzled by that. I can't high beam any slow drivers :( ....
    Current:
    2010 Audi A4 2.0T Quartz Grey | 20% Non-Metallic Tint All Around | Vag-COM | E-Codes | Hoen H11 Fogs | 19" Forgestar Wheels (19x9 ET42) on Hankook Ventus V12 K110 EVO (255/35ZR/19) | H&R OE Sport Springs

    Future Mods:
    Black Optic Grille

  8. #8
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    I will add more to the write up. Been a long day!

    Marv- have you tried both codes? 1d0d and 5d5d or whatever it is?

  9. #9
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cabal_san View Post
    Yeah, try the coding swap to the old 5D5D and see.

    Question: did you route the right light trigger wire to the back of the engine bay and then over, or in the front?
    They actually both came out of the harness on the left (driver) side....so they were right there and i will post pics of how I ran it later tonight or tomorrow!

  10. #10
    Established Member Two Rings marvinmai's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 24 2009
    AZ Member #
    46838
    My Garage
    Audi A4 B8
    Location
    SoCal

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by ASU Daniel View Post
    I will add more to the write up. Been a long day!

    Marv- have you tried both codes? 1d0d and 5d5d or whatever it is?
    yeah i have man. what year is your car? mine is 2010.
    Current:
    2010 Audi A4 2.0T Quartz Grey | 20% Non-Metallic Tint All Around | Vag-COM | E-Codes | Hoen H11 Fogs | 19" Forgestar Wheels (19x9 ET42) on Hankook Ventus V12 K110 EVO (255/35ZR/19) | H&R OE Sport Springs

    Future Mods:
    Black Optic Grille

  11. #11
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by marvinmai View Post
    yeah i have man. what year is your car? mine is 2010.
    2009

  12. #12
    Veteran Member Four Rings NPuter's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 27 2009
    AZ Member #
    49877
    My Garage
    '15 MBZ E400 Cab/'13 Subaru Outback 3.6R
    Location
    Miami, FL / Boone, NC

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    We really need to figure out how to get the high beams to work... Without the ability to get the high beams working, it is pointless to run the extra adapter wires - which is the most difficult part of the install...

  13. #13
    Veteran Member Four Rings audi til I die's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 04 2008
    AZ Member #
    26029
    My Garage
    Spinny, whistly thingy
    Location
    SHU

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    So how much does this upgrade cost? Just curious on the costs of upgrading after purchasing the car, than just buying it straight out the dealer.


    It looks so much better now
    Winter's coming

  14. #14
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by audi til I die View Post
    So how much does this upgrade cost? Just curious on the costs of upgrading after purchasing the car, than just buying it straight out the dealer.


    It looks so much better now
    Thanks. With the deals I've gotten, I only paid like $875 (including kufatec adapters)

    The dealer wanted $300/each led ballast, $600/each hid ballast, etc...so that would be thousands if purchased from dealer (once you priced housings, bulbs, screws also)....the p+ and up were like 3-4k+ more i believe...so i think i got a pretty good deal with the swap.

  15. #15
    Senior Member Three Rings goreckless's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 17 2009
    AZ Member #
    46530
    Location
    Stamford, CT

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by NPuter View Post
    We really need to figure out how to get the high beams to work... Without the ability to get the high beams working, it is pointless to run the extra adapter wires - which is the most difficult part of the install...
    So that Kufatec is only used to get high beams? If we dont purchase it, everything still works- but without high beams, correct?
    Last edited by goreckless; 01-31-2010 at 11:54 AM.

  16. #16
    Veteran Member Four Rings NPuter's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 27 2009
    AZ Member #
    49877
    My Garage
    '15 MBZ E400 Cab/'13 Subaru Outback 3.6R
    Location
    Miami, FL / Boone, NC

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by GOREXinFX View Post
    So that Kufatec is only used to get high beams? If we dont purchase it, everything still works- but without high beams, correct?
    no - the kufatec adapter is still needed because some of the pins are swapped between halogen and xenon which the adapter takes care of - the kufatec adapter also has two extra wires that need to be run into the car for the high-beams specifically

    -------

    Ok. I just thought of something - according to the instructions (that were written when 2009 cars were around), you need to change 14 and 15 from 5F5F to 5D5D - well the coding that Cabal_san posted shows P- 14/15 as 7F5F
    Now on the coding for P+, it shows 14/15 as 3D0D...

    5+2 = 7(F5F) of P-
    1+2 = 3(D0D) of P+

    Basically what I am saying is - lets try 3D0D for Byte 14 and 15

    To be sure though - can someone please post the coding of 09-cent elec from a stock 2010 P+ that you got from your US spec car?

    macuser - your high beams are working correct?
    Quote Originally Posted by Cabal_san View Post
    For ref, here's a 2009 P- (halogen) & 2009 P+ (bi Xenon) long coding of mod 09:

    P- =690000B1063C00010000080000007F5F0F145208000000010 00000
    P+=26001011063CAF010000080300003D0D0F1C12080001016 1000000

    (font color not working for me or I would highlight the diff!)

  17. #17
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    updated first post

  18. #18
    Senior Member Three Rings
    Join Date
    Jul 10 2009
    AZ Member #
    44804
    Location
    northeast

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by NPuter View Post
    no - the kufatec adapter is still needed because some of the pins are swapped between halogen and xenon which the adapter takes care of - the kufatec adapter also has two extra wires that need to be run into the car for the high-beams specifically

    -------

    Ok. I just thought of something - according to the instructions (that were written when 2009 cars were around), you need to change 14 and 15 from 5F5F to 5D5D - well the coding that Cabal_san posted shows P- 14/15 as 7F5F
    Now on the coding for P+, it shows 14/15 as 3D0D...

    5+2 = 7(F5F) of P-
    1+2 = 3(D0D) of P+

    Basically what I am saying is - lets try 3D0D for Byte 14 and 15

    To be sure though - can someone please post the coding of 09-cent elec from a stock 2010 P+ that you got from your US spec car?

    macuser - your high beams are working correct?
    yes, my high beams work perfectly. i can use both 5D5D and 1D0D.


    excellent writeup daniel .

  19. #19
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by macuser View Post
    yes, my high beams work perfectly. i can use both 5D5D and 1D0D.


    excellent writeup daniel .
    thanks, i will probably tweak it some more, i havent even read through it yet . I hope it was ok to use your pics. Thank you for those.

    i regret not taking more pictures, i only had my iPhone on hand though and was to busy being excited

    loveeeeeee them so far!

  20. #20
    Established Member Two Rings marvinmai's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 24 2009
    AZ Member #
    46838
    My Garage
    Audi A4 B8
    Location
    SoCal

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    my suspicion is that the ecu for 2010 models are different than 2009, so those codes for 2009 aren't working for 2010s
    Current:
    2010 Audi A4 2.0T Quartz Grey | 20% Non-Metallic Tint All Around | Vag-COM | E-Codes | Hoen H11 Fogs | 19" Forgestar Wheels (19x9 ET42) on Hankook Ventus V12 K110 EVO (255/35ZR/19) | H&R OE Sport Springs

    Future Mods:
    Black Optic Grille

  21. #21
    Veteran Member Four Rings NPuter's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 27 2009
    AZ Member #
    49877
    My Garage
    '15 MBZ E400 Cab/'13 Subaru Outback 3.6R
    Location
    Miami, FL / Boone, NC

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by marvinmai View Post
    my suspicion is that the ecu for 2010 models are different than 2009, so those codes for 2009 aren't working for 2010s
    yep - i think you're right - that's why I would like someone with a stock US 2010 P+ to post their code - that way we can see the differences...

    Did you try 3D0D?

    EDIT: actually now that I remember - macuser, you had you ECU updated to 2010, right?
    Last edited by NPuter; 02-01-2010 at 05:07 PM.

  22. #22
    Senior Member Three Rings Cabal_san's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 06 2009
    AZ Member #
    47368
    Location
    TX

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Daniel, any news from the high-beam front?

  23. #23
    Veteran Member Four Rings NPuter's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 27 2009
    AZ Member #
    49877
    My Garage
    '15 MBZ E400 Cab/'13 Subaru Outback 3.6R
    Location
    Miami, FL / Boone, NC

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    hey Cabal_san...
    I'm going to Novitech Tuning on Friday to have them install my xenons - I will let you know how it goes.

    I am hoping to get the highbeams working... I am going to try 1D0D for 14/15, if that's a no-go, then I will try 5D5D and 3D0D...
    If that doesn't work, I don't know what will...

  24. #24
    Senior Member Three Rings Cabal_san's Avatar
    Join Date
    Sep 06 2009
    AZ Member #
    47368
    Location
    TX

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by NPuter View Post
    I am going to try 1D0D for 14/15, if that's a no-go, then I will try 5D5D and 3D0D...
    If that doesn't work, I don't know what will...
    I'm kinda shocked that more people on here with a 2010 P+ haven't been gracious enough to post their mod 09 long coding values. I mean with windows cut n paste, it's not like its hard or something.

    Well I wish you luck!

  25. #25
    Veteran Member Four Rings NPuter's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 27 2009
    AZ Member #
    49877
    My Garage
    '15 MBZ E400 Cab/'13 Subaru Outback 3.6R
    Location
    Miami, FL / Boone, NC

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cabal_san View Post
    I'm kinda shocked that more people on here with a 2010 P+ haven't been gracious enough to post their mod 09 long coding values. I mean with windows cut n paste, it's not like its hard or something.

    Well I wish you luck!
    I know right... (Anyone with a 2010 P+, I will give rep to anyone who posts their stock 09-Cent. Elec. Coding!!!)

    Thanks.
    Last edited by NPuter; 02-03-2010 at 10:38 AM.

  26. #26
    Veteran Member Three Rings CLEAR's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 28 2009
    AZ Member #
    47035
    My Garage
    2009 Audi A4 3.2Q Aruba Blue
    Location
    Pasadena, CA

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    looks 100x better with the LED DRL now.. good luck on the highbeam, which I'm sure just a matter of time until you figure that out.
    graphic designer - photographer

    Sold : Ducati DESMOSEDICI D16RR

  27. #27
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by CLEAR View Post
    looks 100x better with the LED DRL now.. good luck on the highbeam, which I'm sure just a matter of time until you figure that out.
    Thanks. I havent had time to access my friends VAGcom since we did the install. Hopefully one of the other codings will work!



    and come onnnn someone has to find this useful.....No rep love for the writeup?

    just playin. Hope it helps someone though!

  28. #28
    Senior Member Three Rings
    Join Date
    Jul 10 2009
    AZ Member #
    44804
    Location
    northeast

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by NPuter View Post
    I know right... (Anyone with a 2010 P+, I will give rep to anyone who posts their stock 09-Cent. Elec. Coding!!!)

    Thanks.
    people with leds probably dont read threads about converting halogens into leds. you might have better luck putting your request somewhere else

  29. #29
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cabal_san View Post
    Daniel, any news from the high-beam front?
    Not yet, i need to try those codes. Havent rendezvoused with my friend who has the vagcom yet. I will update you guys as soon as i do!

    and since im lazy, unless the codes dont work i dont plan on re-checking the pinning in of the wires until i have to...even though its only 3 screws to take dash off haha

  30. #30
    Veteran Member Four Rings NPuter's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 27 2009
    AZ Member #
    49877
    My Garage
    '15 MBZ E400 Cab/'13 Subaru Outback 3.6R
    Location
    Miami, FL / Boone, NC

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by macuser View Post
    people with leds probably dont read threads about converting halogens into leds. you might have better luck putting your request somewhere else
    you are probably right:
    http://www.audizine.com/forum/showthread.php?t=342843

  31. #31
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Anyone involved in this thread have heated seats? I noticed mine arent working. I'm starting to wonder if maybe the audi tech put the harnesses back in the wrong slots since that would be very easy to do. If not, i need to figure out my coding issue. I used macusers whole code...im assuming you dont have heated seats or do you? I am stupid for rushing and not writing my initial code down, whooops.

  32. #32
    Senior Member Three Rings
    Join Date
    Jul 10 2009
    AZ Member #
    44804
    Location
    northeast

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    i do not have heated seats.

  33. #33
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by macuser View Post
    i do not have heated seats.
    which leads me to wonder if i deleted something out of my code

    nputer or anyone with a vag-com, do you know the module (is that what its called?) or byte or whatever for heated seats? looks like i'm going to wake 10 minutes and take the dash off tomorrow and see if the harnesses are correct.

  34. #34
    Senior Member Three Rings
    Join Date
    Jul 10 2009
    AZ Member #
    44804
    Location
    northeast

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    its most likely the code. if you havent figured it out before i get my car back, i'll take a look at the coding. i'm pretty sure i saw something for heated seats somewhere

  35. #35
    Veteran Member Four Rings DavidB8's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 06 2009
    AZ Member #
    50351
    Location
    Oakville, ON, Canada

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Oh what the hell -25 trudging through snow.. bitch.. bitch... complain..complain....
    26001015463CAF010000080300003D0D0F1C13080001016100 0000

    But what you are looking for is Byte 11, it should be set to 03 for front left and right heated seats.

    Some of us with LED read conversion threads
    Reaching Me:Please don't ask me questions on the forum or send me private messages as it may be a while before I respond.
    If you need something email me directly at David@audienthusiasts.com I don't frequent this forum very often.
    www.audienthusiasts.com

  36. #36
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Thanks David

  37. #37
    Veteran Member Four Rings DavidB8's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 06 2009
    AZ Member #
    50351
    Location
    Oakville, ON, Canada

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Note that I have a Premium 6MT in Canada which I think is like Premium Plus in the US. Basically all options except S-Line and adjustable suspension.
    Reaching Me:Please don't ask me questions on the forum or send me private messages as it may be a while before I respond.
    If you need something email me directly at David@audienthusiasts.com I don't frequent this forum very often.
    www.audienthusiasts.com

  38. #38
    Veteran Member Three Rings Sin_city_Rings's Avatar
    Join Date
    May 09 2009
    AZ Member #
    42279
    Location
    Washington, DC

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by ASU Daniel View Post
    Big thanks to Kylan, Sin_City_Rings for hooking me up with his old bi-xenon housings after he got e-codes (from Jens also). Thanks for the great price Kylan
    No problem brotha! looks great

    and yes Jens is awesome, he is also the one who found my E-codes for me.
    2008 Deep Sea Blue S5 6MT
    PAST: '12 A4, '08 A5, '09 Sline A4, '07 Sline A4

  39. #39
    Veteran Member Three Rings ASU Daniel's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 03 2009
    AZ Member #
    48716
    My Garage
    2009 A4 2.0T
    Location
    Naples FL

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    thanks again for the great price Kylan....i lovvvve how they look!

  40. #40
    Veteran Member Four Rings NPuter's Avatar
    Join Date
    Oct 27 2009
    AZ Member #
    49877
    My Garage
    '15 MBZ E400 Cab/'13 Subaru Outback 3.6R
    Location
    Miami, FL / Boone, NC

    Re: Halogen to Bixenon- Conversion Complete.

    Quote Originally Posted by ASU Daniel View Post
    Anyone involved in this thread have heated seats? I noticed mine arent working. I'm starting to wonder if maybe the audi tech put the harnesses back in the wrong slots since that would be very easy to do. If not, i need to figure out my coding issue. I used macusers whole code...im assuming you dont have heated seats or do you? I am stupid for rushing and not writing my initial code down, whooops.
    the RossTech software keeps a log of all coding changes you make... It is located: C:/Ross-Tech/VCDS/Debug/CodingLog.TXT
    There is also an adaption one too...

    Just to be extra safe though, I have a text file where I write down what the change I am making will do, the original coding, what bytes are changed, and the new coding...

    OFF TOPIC---------
    Anyone watch 24? Last monday's episode had Jack driving an S6 - It was pretty cool how they detailed the car....
    Last edited by NPuter; 02-04-2010 at 05:02 AM.

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  


    © 2001-2016 Audizine, Audizine.com, and Driverzines.com
    Audizine is an independently owned and operated automotive enthusiast community and news website.
    Audi and the Audi logo(s) are copyright/trademark Audi AG. Audizine is not endorsed by or affiliated with Audi AG.