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Dynamic Cornering error warning

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Just wanted to share with the group, hopefully it will help someone.


I had been getting a warning on my dash "Check dynamic cornering lights" with no specification as to right or left. Both bulbs worked fine. On inspection, it looked like one had it's little reflector cage intact (sits in front of/around the bulb) while the other, at first glance, didn't have one.


Once I looked a bit more I saw that it did have one, but it had dislodged on the last bulb change and had apparently wedged itself in one of the cracks that opens up when the auto leveling headlights  move around. With a bit of fiddling I was able to pull the cage/reflector out of the crack and get it seated properly. When the bulb holder is in place it keeps it from coming out.


I also took the opportunity to spray some DeoxIT D5 in the headlight connectors. Great for electronic connections.


The warning went away and all works as it should now.

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