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Has anyone had any problems with there headlights , my dash is showing adaptive front lighting system inoperative for the second time , the headlights were replaced by Infiniti in February 2019 and now the same thing again
 

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I would book your car into a different Infiniti approved Nissan garage asap if I were you. The consul diagnostic software should be able to test and check all the systems and sub systems. These cars are very complex as I am sure you are aware.
 

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Has anyone had any problems with there headlights , my dash is showing adaptive front lighting system inoperative for the second time , the headlights were replaced by Infiniti in February 2019 and now the same thing again
Problem with front lights does come and go depends on the weather conditions fault usually fails before rain then recovers have not come up with definitive answer yet probably a wiring fault but is too sporadic to diagnose you could spend a fortune at a dealer perhaps better to wait until it becomes non functional and live with it until a cure is found
 

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Has anyone had any problems with there headlights , my dash is showing adaptive front lighting system inoperative for the second time , the headlights were replaced by Infiniti in February 2019 and now the same thing again
Hi , I recently purchased a 2016 q30s , I鈥檝e just got the same problem 6 weeks into owning the car , I have not changed anything in the settings or done anything myself which could have created this fault, my car is not under a warranty.
Have you found out what causes this fault message?

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Hi , I recently purchased a 2016 q30s , I鈥檝e just got the same problem 6 weeks into owning the car , I have not changed anything in the settings or done anything myself which could have created this fault, my car is not under a warranty.
Have you found out what causes this fault message?

thank you

Heath
The problem of the fault message appearing on my q30s 2017 still happens (usually before rain) the dealer usually changes the headlights, at great expense, then the fault reoccurs the same as before shortly after....as the problem only results in the auto dim/high beam being inoperative, I ignore the warning (it goes away anyway) and activate the high beam function by switching the headlight switch to the right to illuminate the road if required. although this is only a workaround, I am hoping that the problem, probably a bad connection, will eventually materialise in the future and enable location of the problem to be rectified.
 

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I would try a different dealer. Nissan Infiniti software should be able to test all the modules and find a wiring issue.
I doubt it's the headlight modules if the hi-low works on the stalk. If you are practical have you checked the connector plugs and wiring for issues above the internal mirror as I think that is where the camera is located for the hi-low. Could be as simple as a bad connection issue on one of the mutli plugs? Next is the connectors under the passenger floor mat...

I had car completely cut out on me once, dash warnings of engine injector faults and low oil pressure . Engine just cut out dead stationary at a junction after a four hour drive. The recovery got us home luckily, car had no fault codes but would not start, they could not fix it. It took me about an hour to diagnose it and get it running on temporary fix. Full fix was plugging the tip over sensor under the front passenger mat back in, from build the twin lock plug was only connected on a single lock and it had disconnected itself when passenger stretched their legs out at top of the mat just where the TOS is....
Engine codes galore, all because fuel pump stopped and car wasnt expecting it. 馃檪
Check mechanical issues first, electronics are dead reliable.馃枑
 
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Hello guys, I have gotten the same problem about a month ago. It first showed up on the dash after car was unused for about a week. I thought that it relates to the battery level but since then start stop is working like it always was, everything else isn't a problem however the passenger side headlight seems struggle to adjust the beam correctly and tend to do so every now and then while engine is running.

Its annoying because everything else is faultless and that one error keep coming every time I start the car. I'm about to book it in to the dealer that sold the car to me almost 2 years ago (silver link Hyundai it's called now after infiniti backed off the UK market) but my worst fear is the bill I'd get for new headlight unit if that's what's causing it.

So did anyone ever got a solution to this or found out it was caused by anything else other than the headlight malfunction?
 

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Hi Zochus. How much condensation have you in the lamps? I have been lucky not to have any issues but I have a rediculous amount of condensation in the head lamps. I think without modification to sort this the components would corrode badly. I would check the plastic wheel arch covers are in place and remove the back bulb covers (they are just covers) and let the lamps to be air dry. I did this over the weekend. I am going to install gore vents and silica gel packs in mine. Remember if they do diagnose the headlamp itself you can get a second hand one from breakers / Ebay at about 50% cost...
Good luck. 馃枑
 
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Has anyone had any problems with there headlights , my dash is showing adaptive front lighting system inoperative for the second time , the headlights were replaced by Infiniti in February 2019 and now the same thing again
Hi mine is doing the same did you get a fix for this yet
 

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Oh dear, this is not looking good for all of us with the LED headlamp systems.
No fix and no information on the issue from official channels 馃槙
 

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Hi mine is doing the same did you get a fix for this yet
Hi,

I鈥檝e recently had a number of electrical faults on my car , a Q30S 2.2 (2016).
My main problem was the automatic engine stop start was not working and the car would stall when it tried to restart itself, The other problems included the adaptive headlights inoperative warning 鈿 plus other faults.
I took my car to my local Nissan Infiniti dealer in Stockport, they diagnosed the faults as all related to low voltage on the main battery and the auxiliary battery. They cleared the faults and replaced both batteries and now the car is running perfectly like it was when it was brand-new. I do not get any more warnings about the headlights I do not have anymore stop start issues ,the car is running perfectly.
I would recommend getting a diagnostic check first and there is a high chance the faults will be down to low voltage.
Hope this helps.

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