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Old 11-09-2011, 09:00 PM   Thread Starter #1
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Okay, I have searched every possible thread to find an answer but I'm coming up empty. I have an 07 sl with oem HID's. I need someone with factory hids to post a picture of their car on a dark road. It seems as if the "cutoff" is off on mine. it's hard to explain w/o pics but maybe this line drawing would help lol.

imagine this being your headlights on a dark road. Not against a wall, just on the road.

/-----/__/-----/ (alright so basically the lower indent in the middle appears to be a dark spot. almost like one of the lights has to be aligned in. I don't have a straight line cut off like this /--------/ my issue is how the hell am I supposed to get to the bottom screw of the headlight to adjust horizontally w/o pulling the light out completely? If anyone has some pics of how their car looks, see if that "shadow" is there. I'm really sorry...this is driving me up the wall

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