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Is there a way to aim the projectors a little higher up using stuff in my garage? I only want an additional 2-3 degrees. The beam cut off looks awfully short.
 

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Where's the adjustment screw located?
 

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rpc180 said:
Where's the adjustment screw located?
It should be right next to the motor assembly by the highbeams. Just look for the only thing that you can stick a cross tip screwdriver into. Park the car with lights facing a wall, turn lights on and turn to screw to adjust.

BTW... This is for the Xenons.
 

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BTW... This is for the Xenons.
I have regular halogens. There are two white plastic caps that are next to the headlight assembly cylinders. Neither look like they can take a screwdriver. Finally, on the very top center of the projector casing there's this U-shape heatshrink that's covering one end, the rest just dangles there. I thought a screw might be inside but I can't adjust it unless I remove the heatshrink (and I don't want to do that until I'm sure).
 

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Hold on. There is a way to manually adjust the set height of the Xenons? I'm trying to bring them up just a hair more. Doing this is not going to damage the adjustment motor?

Craig
 
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