Adaptive Light Modules

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What is an adaptive light module?

An adaptive light module is an electronic device that controls the angle of the headlights on vehicles with adaptive headlights. It senses the speed of the car and turns the lights in the direction of travel, providing the driver with greater visibility.

What is the purpose of an adaptive light module?

The purpose of an adaptive light module is to provide the driver with improved visibility by controlling the angle of the headlights based on the speed of the car. This improves visibility around corners and helps to improve safety while driving.

How can I tell if my adaptive light module is faulty?

If your adaptive light module is faulty, you may notice that the headlights do not adjust properly when turning corners or when the car's speed changes. You may also hear noises coming from the module that indicate there is a problem.

Can a faulty adaptive light module cause damage?

Yes, a faulty adaptive light module can cause damage to other components of your car's electrical system. If not replaced in a timely manner, it could lead to more expensive repairs.

How do I replace an adaptive light module?

1) Disconnect the negative battery cable and ensure the car is in Park.
2) Remove the screws or bolts that secure the module to the car.
3) Unplug the module from the electrical system and remove it.
4) Install the new module and reconnect it to the electrical system.
5) Re-secure the module to the car and reconnect the negative battery cable.

How often should I inspect my adaptive light module?

It is recommended that you inspect your adaptive light module at least once a year. This will ensure that your headlights are working properly and that the module is in good condition.