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Old 02-16-06, 05:10 AM   #1
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Default Headlight Auto Levelling Dash Warning Light..How to diable it?

My auto leveling system for the headlights has been acting up lately. I don't find this a useful option, and would like to disable it along with the dash warning light. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks alot..~R
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I would like to know this myself. I need to adjust my lights and see if I can get this light to go off or disconnect the thing. Lights look properly aligned (even looking from another vehicle) but the level indicator shows they are out of balance which is triggering the light which is annoying me to no end.
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Old 02-23-06, 05:12 PM   #3
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i have the same issue, i took my lights out and when i put them back in i got the warning message
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i have the same issue, i took my lights out and when i put them back in i got the warning message
i had to have mine replaced after an accident and i have the same problem...they move during the starting of the car but wont work after that....light is flashing!
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Old 03-10-06, 09:56 AM   #5
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What I did for my rear brake light warning lamp is simply pull out the cluster, cut a small piece of black electrical tape and place over the warning light. I'm sure the light is still on now, but I can't see it...

I decided to do this instead of going through the trouble of electrically disabling the light. I suspect the bulb will eventually go out...
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Unplugging the motor will only ensure the light stays on because it triggers a trouble code with the system. You'll have to completely remove the bulb from the cluster.
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Why not just remove the motors from the housing and hook them up to there plugs and let them work anyway? Just put them next to the headlights and you wont have a problem. Or if your getting your lights retro'd why not just send them in 1 by one so you dont have to get another pair and keep the autoleveling.
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