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      04-28-2014, 06:41 PM   #1
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Need coding in SoCal (FRM2 module for LCI AHL Xenons)

I recently upgraded my AHL pre-LCI xenons to LCI AHL xenons. Also upgraded AHL ballasts, LED turns, main ballasts, etc. I have an 02/2007 which was equipped with FRM1 so I also upgraded to FRM2.

Issues:
Headlights will not aim correctly. It appears the driver side functions properly however the passenger side aims opposite as it should (ex. turn steering wheel clockwise/right the headlight aims/rotates to the left.

I had someone try to code the FRM2 and he was successful entering my VIN and a couple other things however I feel there may be more to correct the issues with the adaptive feature aiming the headlight properly.

FRM errors: A8AF A8AE
I'm thinking it could be an issue with the passenger-side AHL module ???????

Does anyone have experience coding the FRM2 to work with AHL LCI xenons? I am willing to pay for your help. I live in Studio City but willing to drive. Please LMK.

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I recently upgraded my AHL pre-LCI xenons to LCI AHL xenons. Also upgraded AHL ballasts, LED turns, main ballasts, etc. I have an 02/2007 which was equipped with FRM1 so I also upgraded to FRM2.

Issues:
Headlights will not aim correctly and are literally aiming/moving all over the place. They seem veryyyy sensitive and like they need to be programed/coded correctly.

I had someone try to code the FRM2 and he was successful entering my VIN and a couple other things however I feel there is more to be done to correct the issues with the Adaptive feature.

Does anyone have experience coding the FRM2 to work with AHL LCI xenons? I am willing to pay for your help. I live in Studio City but willing to drive. Please LMK.
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