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    Thread: Bi xenons sensors and auto leveler location?

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      10-03-2012 11:16 PM #1
      I tried searching and couldn't find where the sensors and auto leveler are located on a gti with factory bi xenons.

      I plan on trading my car in and want to take the headlights with me. Is everything built into the headlight or are the sensors and auto leveler located somewhere else.
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      10-03-2012 11:28 PM #2
      Leveler arm is on the driver side control arm on the rear.

      You'll need more than that though.... CECM, AFS wiring, etc etc....

      It's not just the headlights...

      And what do you plan on putting in instead of the Xenons?
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      10-04-2012 08:18 AM #3
      Quote Originally Posted by E CODE View Post
      Leveler arm is on the driver side control arm on the rear.

      You'll need more than that though.... CECM, AFS wiring, etc etc....

      It's not just the headlights...

      And what do you plan on putting in instead of the Xenons?
      I plan on replacing it with halogen headlights
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      IMO the best place for mounting a euro plate is in the trash.

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