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scsracing
 


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Cornering fog lights

Evening Guys,

I've got a D4 HSE 2010 with adaptive Cornering headlights lights. When I do a left turn the left hand fog light comes on but a right turn does not turn on the the right hand fog light.

Is this correct due to being Right hand drive or is there a issue. Both fog lights work ok when used as fog lights.

Thank you

Scott
  
Post #186718710th Oct 2017 8:29 pm
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LaserTam
 


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My MY2012 does it both ways (so to speak).
 MY2012 D4 HSE Nara Bronze with some extra stuff  
Post #186718910th Oct 2017 8:37 pm
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Damm was hoping that wouldn't be the case, anyone know if there is a sensor to detect wheel movement to activate the fog light on or any other common issue?
  
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I have a MY10 with corning lights and its not the fog lights that come on. The corning lights are in the main headlamp unit, the fog lights are below.

Either way they should both come on, probably just a blown bulb, quite easy to take the headlight unit out to change it. Thumbs Up
  
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scsracing
 


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Ah ok that would make sense. I assumed it was the fog lights but as you can't check whilst being outside the car its hard, I'll drag out the headlight tommorrow and take a look, thank you:)
  
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drive somewhere you can see a reflection like a petrol station to double check but I would say its just a bulb Smile
  
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crip010 wrote:
I have a MY10 with corning lights and its not the fog lights that come on. The corning lights are in the main headlamp unit, the fog lights are below.

Either way they should both come on, probably just a blown bulb, quite easy to take the headlight unit out to change it. Thumbs Up


Glad you said that - I thought that was the case, but as said, its not easy to check Smile
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I check the lights of my Discovery using the window of the house just angle it so you can see the reflection. Perfect for checking brake lights using the mirrors.
Cornering lights are brilliant on my D3 as I've one set of traffic lights with no street lights probably a couple of nights every month I'm turning right, a sweeping 120 degree turn and the the cornering lights pick up a pedestrian J walking. With out question the cornering lights saved one particular child one wet night.
  
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