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Headlight beam adjustment on Chevy Astrovan 4.3L 2001.

How do I adjust the height of my headlights. The beam is too low at night when I am driving. I need to raise them to gain more lengh on the beam. Hope you can help

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  • jonnygordons Nov 17, 2008

    Thanks, that was a pretty quick answer. I appreciate it.

    Jon from Spain. Alias Jonnygordons!

  • jonnygordons Nov 19, 2008

    thanks for reminding me Alicante Collin! Cheers mate!

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I will remember this john doing me out of work,,ps you still owe me 5 euros from the oil change,enjoy your trip to malaga

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With your hood poped look on the framing above the head lights. there are about 2, 1 inch wholes above each headlight. If you look down in them you will see torx shaped studs. One turns up and down the other turns from side to side.

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