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jasonguyen 02-18-2013 08:21 PM

Parking Light Error, Please Help!
 
I just purchased some Depo Angel Eye Headlight housings. They worked perfectly fine until the lightbulb icon popped up in the dash a few days after. Then things got weird, sometimes one parking light would go out and when I'd use the blinker for that side, & it would hyperblink even though the light was out! I know aftermarket headlights cause alot of errors, but is there anything I could do to fix this? I just turned on my car a while ago and both parking lights are out. My angel eyes and HIDs work fine though. Sometimes the parking lights just start working out of nowhere but I want to fix this!

Sonic7 02-22-2013 08:26 PM

What kind of light is the parking light? And can I have link where you bought them from wanna but some Myself

KimIsAGuy 02-23-2013 06:24 PM

Hi! You can try to code it out. The car automatically checks the bulbs when its hot/cold.

CALWATERBOY 02-24-2013 05:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jasonguyen (Post 7389770)
I just purchased some Depo Angel Eye Headlight housings. They worked perfectly fine until the lightbulb icon popped up in the dash a few days after. Then things got weird, sometimes one parking light would go out and when I'd use the blinker for that side, & it would hyperblink even though the light was out! I know aftermarket headlights cause alot of errors, but is there anything I could do to fix this? I just turned on my car a while ago and both parking lights are out. My angel eyes and HIDs work fine though. Sometimes the parking lights just start working out of nowhere but I want to fix this!


Well, shouldn't you check codes?

But assuming your connections are good, you know what's malfunctioning.

KimIsAGuy 02-24-2013 12:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by calwaterboy (Post 7401066)
well, shouldn't you check codes?

But assuming your connections are good, you know what's malfunctioning.

+1

jasonguyen 03-03-2013 08:24 PM

what do you guys mean check codes...?

KimIsAGuy 03-03-2013 08:45 PM

You go into the car's ECU and code those errors out. Just PM me.


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