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w203 lift xenon headlight pin diagram

krupier27

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Hello,

I have xenon lamp for w203 but i don't have w203. I want to sell this part but before sell i want to check if it works.
I want to test it by DC power supply. To do that i need to know where are + and - at this pins and for example which pin is for headlight etc...

Maybe You know where to find the diagrams like this.

I attach some photos of this lamp, part number is at this photo.

Thanks for Your help.

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We just got a new-to-us W203 with these automatic high-beam headlights. They are fantastic!

In normal use, the bulbs are angled down for normal headlights. Above a certain speed, the high-beam lights are automatic. If it's dark and there's no traffic ahead of you, the lights angle up, extending the illumination range. When there's oncoming traffic or you get close to a car in front of you, the lights tilt down to the normal beam position. This happens automatically, faster and more reliably than you can flip the switch.
 

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