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Front lights How do I adjust my night time lights. It seems to be too low, and high beam seems like low beam. I need to find out how to adjust high/low beam setting.

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Look at the head lights assembly. find some phillips screw there. two of them .either one on top and one on the side. these are the adjusting screws.

do it at night. park the car in front of a wall about 6 feet away and adjust the lights.

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