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laney101

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headlight level sensor
« on: 21 January 2018, 16:21:08 »

anyone got part code for headlight level sensor??

got low beam fld  vision on display...

not using old ones try getting bracket off mine as was right git gonna need to drill the screws out etc.. rather just buy brand new and get another 14 years out of them haha
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #1 on: 21 January 2018, 17:22:32 »

If you can find a dealer with stock or willing to source expect an eye watering price  :-[
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #2 on: 21 January 2018, 17:40:29 »

Are the lights still functioning ok when you turn them on?, ie, go down then come back up again which shows self levelling adjusters are ok. I have the same message on mine and it passed MOT last month. I think the guy who does my car mechanics was quoted around 70 for a sensor from Vx. :-\ HTH.
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #3 on: 21 January 2018, 17:40:57 »

If you can find a dealer with stock or willing to source expect an eye watering price  :-[

119, with TC, when I asked last year ;)

The funny thing is that when I installed a new battery the warnings, that had been flashing up every so often, stopped :o :o :)
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #4 on: 21 January 2018, 18:49:56 »

Think they are fitted on vectra's too.
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #5 on: 22 January 2018, 08:09:06 »

Already inspected wirings that come to sensors?

I had very small crack at rear sensor wiring insulation and over time water made it tricks and that warning message lighted up.
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #6 on: 28 January 2018, 13:21:30 »

warning message on for years(least 5)... lights work fine but do not move up and dow. when first turn on...

wiring appears to be ok no rips etc is possible wiring failed however sensor being common fault and its age.. id like to fit new front one then fit a new rear if warning message doesnt disappear that way know it brand new

anyone got part number
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #7 on: 29 January 2018, 19:48:51 »

SENSOR,HEADLAMP LEVELLING (FRONT AXLE) USE 93197245  :y
The electrical part is the same front and rear just the brackets are different.
Have you tried repairing yours, they are easy to disassemble.
John.
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #8 on: 08 February 2018, 11:31:40 »

Screws are seized can't remove bracket and what do you need to do to sensor to repair
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #9 on: 08 February 2018, 18:43:39 »

There's the bolts holding them to the subframes and screws holding them to the brackets.

If you can't undo the brackets, then you're clearly not trying...
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #10 on: 09 February 2018, 19:31:37 »

SENSOR,HEADLAMP LEVELLING (FRONT AXLE) USE 93197245  :y
The electrical part is the same front and rear just the brackets are different.
Have you tried repairing yours, they are easy to disassemble.
John.

How can this be repaired? I get these error occasionally. Last time I asked, the price was well over 200.
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #11 on: 09 February 2018, 19:54:20 »

Depends what you find when you take it apart,they have 3 or 4 soldered joints which can fail.
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #12 on: 09 February 2018, 21:00:58 »

Depends what you find when you take it apart,they have 3 or 4 soldered joints which can fail.

Is this what I'm expecting to see?


My dad said he soaked his sensor in a petrol based degreaser it works now. Could it just be dirty? Perhaps I could use a contact cleaner used in electronics, i.e. potentiometers. Maybe we can even use a potentiometer :D

How can they justify charging 200 for something like this....
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #13 on: 09 February 2018, 21:29:53 »

Will post a pic tomorrow  :y
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Re: headlight level sensor
« Reply #14 on: 09 February 2018, 21:31:34 »

« Last Edit: 09 February 2018, 21:40:51 by zYx »
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