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      11-11-2012, 02:20 AM   #1
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Question about AErings and lowbeams.

Hi, i am using DEPO light now.

my car did not have AE rings and i could not afford OEM so i had to stick with DEPO.

but when i wanna stay AE rings are light on, always the lowbeam is turning on together with it... so even day time my low beams are on...

some setting is wrong or that just what DEPO do as normal?
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You need to have the car coded to make the AE rings light up only
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You need to have the car coded to make the AE rings light up only
where can i go to get the coding? the dealers? or just local garage can do it too??
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where can i go to get the coding? the dealers? or just local garage can do it too??
Dealer probably can do it but it will cost a fortune to do...Best bet is to find a local coder near you to code it for you, or buy a Dcan cable and learn how to code it in yourself.
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Dealer probably can do it but it will cost a fortune to do...Best bet is to find a local coder near you to code it for you, or buy a Dcan cable and learn how to code it in yourself.
do you know how much the dealers will charge rougly?? for the coding
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Dunno know but you can try and ask
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