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re: Fog Lights on a 1993 100cs Quattro.
Levent Cur <firstname.lastname@example.org> wonders:
> I am 19 years old, and just bought a prestine condition Audi 100CS Quattro
> w/5spd, nothing wrong with it period, except that the right fog light is
> birghter than the left one... Is there an adjustment, are they maybe
> different lights, or is that how they are on these cars?? I need to know
> an almost exact answer... Also how do you change them because i'm putting
> in Catz replacement lights that are yellow tinged, or maybe the bluue ion
> tinged ones??? Haven't decided, but i need your help!!!!! Is one foglight
> supposed to be brighter than the other?????
Mine are both about the same. There could be a couple of reasons why
one is brighter than the other. One may be aimed differently than the
other, making it look brighter. You can adjust the level with a
phillips screwdriver. Look for the white plastic adjustment screw
between the grill and the light. If one of the lenses was recently
replaced, it will be cleaner than the old one and make the light look
brighter. You would notice this by just looking at the glass.
If you want to remove the fog light, first pull out the lower grill - no
screws - it just pulls out. There are two phillips head screws holding
the light assembly in. They are located under where the grill was.
Pivot the light out and disconnect the wiring.
Since I don't know anything about aftermarket fog lights, I can't help
Steve Valin email@example.com 408.367.3566