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Adapt OEM xenon on normal headlight...

Hello,
I'm from Belgium, and i'm ride with a Alfa Romeo GT, currently in the body workshop
I need to change my normal headlight because is broken...
I just bought a pair of complete OEM Xenon
but the connection is not the same, for sure.. too easy
some cable for speedometer and auto level adjust...
I'm looking for the pinout of my ballast Bosch AL 1 307 329...
I found the power of the xenon light wiring, brown and yellow cable, it's work properly!
I would like to know the rest of the wiring (pinout)
to find the motor contacts ( i want to try to adapt to use my manual level in the car), and other lights...


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It's impossible to use the manual leveling with the auto-leveling motors, the signal is different. It can be adapted, but too much work and not worth it.
Same with the plugs, everything can be adapted but the cost and work will exceed the benefits.
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your best bet to pass the CT is to fit them as you did so they work and do the self check when starting, then remove the levelling switch inside the car and fit headlamp washers.

I know of a few 156 which passed the CT like that, no reason your GT won't but the switch can't be there and the washers need to be.
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but all cables are used for what? just leveling? and speedometer (one cable)
some informations please, for the xenon light it's ok if i use juste the brown and yellow cable only... connect the wiring of the normal headlight and modify anything..
for other bulb no problem, how high beam work, more voltage?

for the motor you're right , I'll then try to find another motor from a normal headlight.
and for the headlight washers, I don't want to put it because the car will be fully repainted...
If I'm refused, I would put two tips(mini mini whole), they will connect to the front window washer pump.
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Sorry for bringing up this old thread, but is there anyone how have pin-to-pin guide to connect OEM xenon on GT/147 to a standard system? I don't care for autoleveling, just plain dumb lights on/off.
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