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      12-16-2012, 04:19 PM   #1
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E90 LCI Coding / Amber Light & Full Beam Problem

Hi guys, I have fitted the LCI xenons non adaptive to my pre LCI xenon car, I have the bulb check etc removed from the program to clear faults, but have two problems

1. The full beam when you pull towards you, to flash someone, does not work, but push it the other way so it is on it works fine

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2. The orange LED sidelights are not working, I've heard you have to wire these up?? Has anyone done it and can let me know how?

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Shady... What FRM are you using?

And can you explain the full beams or make a video of it?

Side LEDs, you will have to wires them. On LCI cars, there is additional wire going to those in wiring loom.
So you can modify your OEM wiring loom, or you can modify LCI xenon headlights.
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I have FRM 2 fitted

With the full beams, they if you pull the stalk towards you to flash someone they dont work, but push it away from you to switch them on and they work fine

I dont mind doing some wiring to get the leds to work, but don't how or what to do?

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I cant seem to find the thread.
Basically you connect the wire for three leds with halo rings wiring.

Also you need to check the earth wiring for shutter for your high beams to work. Has it been coded for bi-xenon?
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I cant seem to find the thread.
Basically you connect the wire for three leds with halo rings wiring.

Also you need to check the earth wiring for shutter for your high beams to work. Has it been coded for bi-xenon?

Right ok thanks, I just need some help with doing it, is it something that needs to be coded or is it a physical job ?

With regards the high beam, no I just had the bulb check etc removed, so it will need re-coding for bi-xenons then?

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Right ok thanks, I just need some help with doing it, is it something that needs to be coded or is it a physical job ?

With regards the high beam, no I just had the bulb check etc removed, so it will need re-coding for bi-xenons then?

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Both of them are physical work. You need to find out the pin numbers on the headlights wiring loom and what they do. I read it about an year ago...

bi-xenon requires coding as well.
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Ok Mak, hopefully someone has a link to a guide

Thanks for your help
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Ok Mak, hopefully someone has a link to a guide

Thanks for your help
Think I have the instructions but need the pin layout if anyone has it??

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all sorted, everything working, very happy!
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