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post #1 of 13 Old 11-13-2011, 10:34 PM Thread Starter
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How to adjust my high beams??

One of my high beams are pointed way too high up, is there a way I can adjust them in order to make them leveled. My low beams are properly aligned, not my highbeams tho.


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the high and low beams work off the same adjustment screw. So either you high beam bulbs isnt seated properly which happens quite often and people dont realize it, or something is wrong with the bulb you are using.


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Right Right, but I've heard others adjusting their high beams seperate from the low beam.

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Right Right, but I've heard others adjusting their high beams seperate from the low beam.
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I also heard Santa was coming to my house this year but my sources aren't reliable.

Lol please find the source because that would be music to my ears if u could adjust the highs and lows separately.

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I also heard Santa was coming to my house this year but my sources aren't reliable.
Only if you've been good this year.

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I was going to say "Have you been naughty or nice" but I suppose thats a little to suggestive for my liking.

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The low and high beams are part of the same reflector. There is only a single vertical adjustment for our headlights.

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^+1 or just leave it alone. As long as you can see its all good.

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the high and low beams work off the same adjustment screw. So either you high beam bulbs isnt seated properly which happens quite often and people dont realize it, or something is wrong with the bulb you are using.
+1 its the same adjusting the low and high are the same
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Bump. These headlights are a bit different, does anyone know how to adjust the highbeams for these? I adjusted the lowbeams to be even, and it did not move the high beams whatso ever, they are pointed at a 45* angle straight into the air, it doesnt even touch the road.
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What are "these" stock or aftermarket?? If aftermarket did they come with instructions?

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You will have better luck in the 8th gen forum since it's an 8th gen...post up over there.

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