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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i work at a ford dealership and its very rare to actully have a flex come in for somthing wrong... im sorry to hear about your missfortion
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
In a very level supermarket carpark at night, shine the headlights square onto a wall from less than 3 meters away. Chalk the height of each low beam's horizontal cut-off line on the wall. Then back the car up like 30 meters and the cut-off lines should now be lower but only slightly. Fiddle with the vertical adjusters until they look right. Temporarily cover the headlight you're not adjusting so it's really obvious which one's line is which.
Then you can check the left-right aiming using the high beams. Don't try to use the vee of the low beams for this, every bulb will have its vee in a slightly different place. To pickup the car's centre line, crouch down behind the trunk and sight through the windscreens using an imaginary vertical line (drawn between the trunk lock and the rear view mirror's stem) as your reference, and chalk that vertical line on the wall. Your high beams should fall either side of that line, and be about the same distance apart as the width of the car.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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