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Headlight adjustment how do you adjust the headlight angle on a 2007 Murano S

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    once I adjust the clock and stop the vehicle, the next time I start the vehicle, the clock is set back to what it was before I adjusted it.

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Most headlights have two adjustment screws. On on top and one on the side. These will be phillips head screws. Usually you would need to turn screw to the right to adjust right or up. Left for left or down.

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