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1999 FORD EXPLORER FOG LIGHTS

I REPLACED THE BULBS, NOW THE PASSENGER SIDE IS'NT AS WIDE AS THE OTHER SIDE. HOW DO YOU ADJUST FOG LIGHTS?

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Depending on the type of bulb you may need to rotate the bulb one way or the other or you may need to adjust the mounting bracket. good luck and remember to rate all the solutions you get, thanx.

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