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Old 05-27-2015, 08:02 PM
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Default F01 2011 angel eyes LED H8 Bulbs coding

Hello there.using esys.hope for bit of advice help.fitted h8 led bulbs and they didn't work (flicker). went to FRM module and setup POL to led and all bulbs warning stuff to nicht ignition on engine off all works like charm perfect.

as soon as engine is started 3-4s later they start flickering and got message on dash parking light failure or so.turn engine off ign on and all fine again.

:( pulling my hairs out.

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Old 11-02-2015, 12:31 AM
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Default Did anyone know how to fix this..

My f01 is doing the same.. No errors and working then when engine on I get error checks and warning light on for LEDs in drl Angel eye lights..PLEASE HELP..
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