Originally Posted by drz
If I remember correctly, the bi-Xenons generate the high beams by chaging the aim of the Xenon bulbs used for regular lighting. Also, I don't think that the intensity changes, only the way they are aimed. What this means for you is that the PJ46's may not work as easily for you, since they don't have the motorized mechanism to re-aim the beams. However, PM habbie@umnitza, or just call the place whre you got your projector46's and ask them to help you sort out the problem. There may be some clever wiring you could do to get it all to work.
Everything I said is what I believe to be true, but I could be in error
Thanks everyone for your responses. Umnitza is a class act and PMd my answer. Yep, drz, you get the prize. The OE bixenons have a motorized flap actuated by the forward position of the light stick on the steering column. Whether it reaims or just unblocks available lumen I'm not sure. So, I'm jazzed to know 2 things. One...I didn't screw up. Two, there are others out there like me. Smart, like to help others and drive great cars! Check out the hellabixenon solution for high/low position. http://www.umnitza.com/information.php?info_id=10