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02 Xenon retrofit - Need connector pin #

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I finally obtained a couple of Bi-Xenons for my US 02 996 C2.

Like other messages already pointed out, pluging them in will not make the high beams work

nor will the fogs work.

Like specialist pointed out in an earlier message http://www.renntech.org/forums/index.php?a...ost&id=4375

the xenon high beams use pin 3 in the connector in the car instead of pin 2.

Since pin 2 is not used in the bi-xenons and pin 3 is not used in the halogens

I plan to add a pin in the unused slot of the connector.

Could someone please verify whether the following p/n is the correct pin for this:

999 652 744 20

It's a special order item, so there was no way to eye-ball whether it's the correct pin.

If that is wrong, please let me know what the correct p/n is (or if VW/Audi has an


Will adding this pin make the fogs work as well? I noticed that if I leave one halogen

in the car with a xenon, the fogs work. I figure it must be an errand current path.


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