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Old 10-11-2011, 07:44 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Default Adjusting Headlights After Dropping On Springs

Interesting, I did some searching around couldn't find anything on it. Anyway, I added brand new headlights a couple of months ago and hadn't gotten around to it but I need to adjust my headlights to point up more since the car isn't stock height.

Is there a sticky? Or I'll take the advice here. Thanks!
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Old 10-11-2011, 07:47 PM   #2
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Default Re: Adjusting Headlights After Dropping On Springs

Didn't even think you had to do that, but it's good to know since I want to lower my front end.
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Default Re: Adjusting Headlights After Dropping On Springs

Well you dont have to but you dont want all your light straight to the ground specially if you have fogs, you can aim those down headlights up a lil.

P.S There was a thread about how to aim it, i dont remember where is at but @Raz76 can tell you he was the one that was helping the people including me how to aim the up or down or side to side what ever it is that you want, so hopefully he help you aout here soon.
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How Do I Aim My Headlights?
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Default Re: Adjusting Headlights After Dropping On Springs

You have to be careful to not go to high. There are two adjustment bolts behind the headlight. The one higher and further back is the headlight. The other is the foglight adjustment. Use a ten mm on a joint ratcheet or a Phillips. I find level surface in front of a light colored wall. Aim there. Hope that helps.

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