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Fiesta 2014 Drl


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My Fiesta is borned with the black headlights with h15 DRL. I just installed a set of headlights from a Titanium with LED DRL. But the LEDs is dim in position "0" and on position "1" and "2" they are sharp. It should be just the opposite.

What could be wrong?

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Yeh exactly....., the led drl acts as a sidelight aswell on them units, so when you put the switch to "1" and give the sidelights power the car thinks it has halogen DRL and activates the 501 bulb, but with the led unit you've fitted it brightens the led strip.

It needs reprogramming with fords machine that's all

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I reprogrammed it to day. But now the LED is sharp in every position. There is no light in the headlights when I open the doors. There is still backlights on when the doors is open.

So maybe thats not posible

Can anyone help?

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Someone on another forum, who works at a dealership tried this a long time ago and couldn't get them to work, it's possible the looms are different on higher spec cars with LEDs or that headlamps with LEDs are wired differently internally.

Are you able to look at the plugs for your headlights and a car with LEDs as they might use different wire locations or more/less wires.

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See if this helps, it's a US site where the guy fitted euro LED headlamps, shows the differences between LED and normal lights, he says the wiring looms are the same though.

http://www.fiestast.org/forum/fiesta-st-appearance/587-eurospec-projector-lights-led-drl.html

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