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On top of the housing of the headlight, you will see some small holes. With the use of a flashlight, look through these holes and you will see some torqux screws (T-20 or T-25 star bit). First loosen the headlight housing. With the use of the stars bits, adjust the headlight as needed and then re-tigthen the housing. You're done.
YOU NEED A HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL.IT HAS 3 HEAD LIGHT ADJUSTMENT SCREWS WITH PHOTOS.IT WOULD BETTER TO TAKE TO A GARAGE.SHOULDNT COST MUCH BUT GET A PRICE CHECK.THEY HAVE EQUIPMENT TO ADJUST HEAD LIGHTS.IF YOU TRY ADJUSTING THEM YOUR SELF.YOUR HEAD LIGHTS WILL BLIND OTHER DRIVERS IF ADJUSTMENT NOT CORRECT.
Raise and support the vehicle. Remove the rear wheel hub and bearing with a socket wrench. Back the parking brake shoes away from the rotor using the adjuster star wheel. Remove the parking brake shoe adjuster spring and the shoe adjuster with a socket wrenchDisconnect the hold-down clip and pin for the upper brake shoe so you can remove the upper shoe from the actuator lever with a socket wrenchRemove the return spring from the lower brake shoe and disconnect the shoe actuator lever from the end of the parking brake cable. Detach the hold-down clip and pin from the lower brake shoe and remove the lower brake shoe with a socket wrench.