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Adjust the headlights on a 2003 pontiac grand am

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The headlights will have small rods or adjusting screws located near the headlight mounting points. Will probably need a torx socket or screwdriver to adjust. Torx is a 6 point type screw.

Posted on Mar 11, 2009

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Actually there are two little black tabs on top of each headlight housing and you simply have to pull them up to release the whole headlamp.

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SOURCE: trac off light comes on a 2003 pontiac grand am

This is the TCS or Traction Control System. It helps keep the vehicle from being able to get stuck by forcing the torque to either tire. Usually there is a switch either on the dash or on the shifter that says TCS or TRAC press the switch and it should go off.

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SOURCE: why does low trac light come on ? 2003 pontiac grand am

I have the same problem with my 99 grand am and the solution they gave me on here was that i had a bad wheel speed sensor. I havn't had my check out to see for sure yet, Don't know if this may help you out.

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There are special adjusting screws on the headlight housings, but this should only be done at a shop with proper headlight aligning equipment.

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  • Determine the type of headlights you have on your car. You can only adjust composite headlights if they bolt to adjuster plates. For dual headlights, look on the headlights for four adjustment screws per side. Sealed beam units have interior adjustment screws under the hood.
  • 4 Locate your adjustment screws. On sealed beam units, you may need to remove the trim screws and pull the trim off to reveal the Torx screws.
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    I have a 2003 Grand Prix, and I can not, for the life of me, find the headlight adjustment screws! Do you know where those are located?


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    The headlights will have small rods or adjusting screws located near the headlight mounting points. Will probably need a torx socket or screwdriver to adjust. Torx is a 6 point type screw.

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