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  1. 2003 A4 Cabriolet - O/S Front Dip Beam permanently on even when lights & ignition off 
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    Hi
    I have a fault on my 53 A4 B6 Cabriolet.
    The off side dipped beam is on at all times, even when light switch to 0 and ignition off.
    (Please note: It is not the parking feature that lets you illuminate one side of car or the other by leaving indicator stalk up or down when you exit car)
    I found some info on the web that suggests it may be a fault in the CEM, a module which controls lights etc and is apparently located under right hand side of dash
    Has anyone experienced this problem?
    Thanks
     
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  2. Re: 2003 A4 Cabriolet - O/S Front Dip Beam permanently on even when lights & ignition off 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forestier View Post
    Hi
    I have a fault on my ‘53 A4 B6 Cabriolet.
    The off side dipped beam is on at all times, even when light switch to ‘0’ and ignition off.
    (Please note: It is not the parking feature that lets you illuminate one side of car or the other by leaving indicator stalk up or down when you exit car)
    I found some info on the web that suggests it may be a fault in the CEM, a module which controls lights etc and is apparently located under right hand side of dash
    Has anyone experienced this problem?
    Thanks

    Hi,

    Does the post below help?

    http://www.vwaudiforum.co.uk/forum/s...s-on-by-itself

    Cheers!

    MF.
    Gone: 2016 A6 Saloon BE Ultra S tronic - Floret Silver, Tech Pack Advanced, Parking Pack Advanced, Heated F+R Seats & Wheel, Electric Seats, Matrix LED, Ambient Lighting, Speed Limit Display, Twin Spoke 20", Folding Memory Mirrors
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    All info helps, many thanks.
     
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    Yes, a faulty relay in the Body Control Module.
    "I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it"

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