Question about 2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca
Headlights seem to be dim. Adjustment on driver's side is different than passenger side.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is an adjustment screw for the headlight located on the headlight housing. You should just have to turn it clockwise (I believe it requires an allen wrench) and that will raise the light beam higher. If you need further assistance let me know.
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Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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Posted on Jun 08, 2009
SOURCE: Subaru Tribeca Headlights
The usual reason it would seem the length of use would be shortened is that most Subaru owners leave there lights on every where they go day and night. Really does shorten the time in days but not really the time of being on. Just a thought. Happy trails.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
SOURCE: subaru tribeca lights
DO NOT buy bulbs anywhere other than SUBARU as replacement. They are specifically long life bulbs. Yes, availlable in other brands in other stores and more cost efficient but not in the long run..
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
The driver side headlight is dim. This is caused by loose
ground contact of the headlight ground terminal. Have
a check on this by tightening it up or reconnecting to
good ground (chassis).
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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In the U.S. the type,
adjustments, and illumination factors of all automobile lighting devices
are regulated by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 108. The
headlights must function and be adjusted correctly. Your high beams must
disperse their beams straight forward and low beams down and to the
right while safely providing illumination without too much or too little
glare. It is wise to check the headlight adjustment on your Mercedes at
least every year. Doing it yourself will save you time and money. It
will also make driving safer for you and others you may meet on the road
at night. All it takes is time, some basic tools and a little patience.
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