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Faris Bsoul

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  1. The issue with me it wasn't this error, it wast the exposure plat for the lift side was fully open and blinding the people infornt of me with no errors. So when i inspected it i saw the valve stock open. I decided to remove the metal pin and tighten the arm to keep it close. I did both side. guess what, i got the error. So i installed the pin back but i didn't fix the coil back to it place, instead i tightened it with zip tie to the low beam reflector making sure not to hit anything since it's auto level headlights and thank god the error disappeared. While am doing this i isolated all the wires with electrical tape since wires isolation are falling off. You'll have a room to work with when you remove the lens assembly, it's just held by 4 torx screws. Hope this will help you to fix it, and report back with your findings. Good luck
  2. Am new here and i know it's an old topic. But for the sake of the people who still have the issue. This error comes on when the lens exposure valve goes bad or some wiring issues to it. Literally a electric valve (coil and middle metal pin) connected to an arm to open and close the lense exposure plate. It's located right beside the dim beam bulb. Remove the lense assembly and you can see 3 screws holding it. Check it and check the wiring if the isolation is gone since it can cause a short circuit.
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