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post #1 of 9 Old 12-09-2008, 02:42 PM Thread Starter
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does anyone know how to adjust headlights from up & down..headlights too high. the adjustment under the hood or out front?
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its been awhile since i had to adjust mine but i believe all i had to do was take off the grille.. smilply just pull off. and the adjuster is on the top of the headlight assembly.

somebody will most likely correct me if im wrong..
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You don't have to take anything apart.

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i suppose my intrest in taking things apart got the better of me
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You don't have to take anything apart.
Thanks so much. You the man
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the adjustment screw is at about the 10 o'clock position on the passenger light and the 2 o'clock position on the driver's light. turn clockwise to raise and counter-clockwise to lower.
there is also a slight half-circle cut-out in the grille right in front of the adjustment screw.

as already stated, nothing has to be taken apart to adjust them.
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ALL DONE..that was too easy..thanks again everyone... now no one will be flashing me that the headlights are too high.. last saterday had some a$$hole came over in my lane like trying to scare me.hit my lights incluing my KC's long range. take that...
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post #9 of 9 Old 12-10-2008, 10:33 AM
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i left mine alone when i lifted it so i can blind the little hondas in front of me. and i added a couple hella 500s incase it wasnt enough

Thats ill cause they act a different way with me
I feel like no body wanna playa with me
thats real cause they treat me
like a stain on their clothes
they treat me like i got a red nose
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