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Old 08-06-2013, 12:33 PM
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Anyone know if there is any vertical adjust to the headlights. In reinstallation of my lights after HIDs I noticed the one seems slightly higher. The one lower screw had some weird mechanism to it, but assumed it was a self creating platform, not actually adjusting the height though. I forgot to look while inside the fixture itself and don't see any other adjustment screws anywhere else. Thoughts?
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Behind the headlight on the cowling there are two holes. You need a long hex tool, one is for vertical, one for horizontal (can't remember which is which)
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I recall those holes. Thanks, I'll investigate. Funny how nothing is listed in the manual. Usually they list these kinds of things, though I may have missed it.
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Behind the headlight on the cowling there are two holes. You need a long hex tool, one is for vertical, one for horizontal (can't remember which is which)
My truck (2013 RAM) required a T20 to turn the adjusting screw.
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