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Adjusting Headlights Hi, my name is Daryn and i own a 2004 Mazda 6i Sedan 2.3L.my low beam headlights seem to stare at the ground towards the right pretty bad and my brights point towards the sky... does anyone have advise on how to adjust this? i really dont feel like payin money for someone else to take care of it. All help is greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot, Daryn

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Plain floor and a wall at dusk/night and start adjusting.
remember inner road side lower so no to blind upcoming traffic.
So there should be a difference officialy between right and left.
Switch around fror country on which side off the road you drive and specific legal requirements. Normally adjusting this is no big fee either.

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