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      01-12-2012, 12:03 AM   #24
Trevendous03
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Originally Posted by Grant@DetailAddict View Post
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Plus you wouldn't want to disable bulb-checks that needn't be.
If a problem does arise you wouldn't know it. That's how fried connectors and shorted circuits happen.

Dimsum and Desi definitely know whats up
This is true, but for my 2006, I had to disable all the headlight bulb checks to get everything to work 100% error-free. Luckily, I'm really anal about my car, so I check my headlights like once every couple weeks to make sure no lights are burned out.

To everyone, definitely by all means only code for xenon if that's what works for your car, but if you still get errors, disable the headlight bulb checks too. I just put all that in there, so everyone would know what to do.
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