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    Default Activating Xenons in UEC with normal bulbs.

    Right, I have fully working HID's, no problems with them and never have for the last few years but I have to use Cancellers. I want to activate Xenons in the UEC so I can get rid of the Cancellers and tidy up wires.

    Now if down the line I blow a ballast or HID bulb can I stick a normal H7 bulb back in or does the UEC have to be re configured back to stock?

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    I switched the Xenon function on with normal H7's, no problems and so did John Robertson too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza4 View Post
    I switched the Xenon function on with normal H7's, no problems and so did John Robertson too.
    That'll do for me mate.

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    What is said only difference is when activate Xenon in the UEC what it does is:

    Disable the pulsing in the current, and disable the bulbcheck on the normal light.

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    Glad you're happy rushy.

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