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SEALED BEAM HEADLIGHTS REMOVAL 1 When replacing the headlight,do not turn the spring-loaded adjusting screws or the headlight aim will be changed 2. Remove the cover over the headlight this vehicle has five screws securing the cover other models may have four or six screws. 3. Remove the four screws which secure the retaining ring around the headlight support the headlight as this is done. 4. Pull the light away, unplug the connector and remove it from the vehicle. INSTALLATION 5. Position the new unit close enough to connect the wires. Make sure the numbers molded into the lens are at the top. 6. Install the retaining ring and mounting screws. 7. Install the plastic cover to the headlights with the screws you took off and check for proper operation. If the adjusting screws (spring - loaded adjusting screws) were not turned, the headlight should not require adjustment.

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Turn on your headlights and locate the two adjustment holes that have the adjustment screws inside them on the sides of each headlight. The top hole has the vertical adjustment screw and the bottom hole has the horizontal adjustment screw. Turn the vertical screw clockwise to raise the beam and counterclockwise to lower; turn the horizontal screw clockwise to move the beam right and counterclockwise to move the beam left.

click this link for more help:--- http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/05/how-to-adjust-headlight-beam-on.html --------- This should help.thanks.Helpmech.

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How I adjust headlights on a 1999 grand am?


  • 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.
  • 5 Begin with you headlights turned on to the low beam. Use a Torx screwdriver for sealed beam units and Phillips screwdrivers for other types of headlights.



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    How do you adjust headlights??


    The best way to do it is to park your car in front on a garage door, a building or put a piece of plywood in front. Whichever you use, park you car at least 10 feet away; so you can tell if you are going up, down or in the middle when adjusting.
    1. Remove the four screws that secure the headlight trim bezel to the grille.
    2. Remove the headlight trim bezel.
    3. Turn the headlight high beams on.
    4. Adjust the headlights. Use the adjustment screws located along the outboard side and the inboard lower corner of the headlight bucket. Adjust the headlights until the beams are centered directly on the wall.
    5. Replace the headlight trim bezel.

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    • Always adjust lights with optical headlight aimer VAS 5107, using detailed aiming procedure and specifications
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    • Access adjustment screws through hole in lock carrier (Phillips head or socket head).
    • Turn the adjusting screws for lateral adjustment -1- and height adjustment -2- until the correct setting is achieved.
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    Headlights - REMOVAL & INSTALLATION
    If some or all of the headlight bulbs being replaced still operate, refer to the headlight aiming procedure later in this section to ease checking or adjustment of the headlights after installation.
    1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
    2. Loosen and remove the retaining screws, then remove the headlight bezel from the front of the vehicle.
    3. On most models, the headlight bulb retaining ring is only held on by retaining screws. If so, remove the bulb retaining ring screws. These are the screws which hold the thin metal ring which holds the bulb against the adjusting plate. Do not touch the two headlight aiming screws, at the center of the top and side of the retaining ring (these screws will have different heads), or the headlight aim will have to be re-adjusted.

    One way to identify the retaining ring screws is that they will be threaded through a lip on the outer edge of the retaining ring before threading through the adjusting plate. One the other hand, the adjustment screws are threaded through the adjustment plate and a spring loaded holder underneath it.

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    Fig. 1: Exploded view of a common dual headlight mounting assembly-1983 Malibu shown typical
    1. Some later model vehicles will use a spring on the retaining ring. If so equipped, disengage the spring from the retaining ring, using a cotter pin removal tool, then remove the retaining ring screws.
    2. Pull the bulb and ring forward and then separate them. Unplug the electrical connector from the rear of the bulb and remove the bulb from the vehicle.
    To install:
    1. Plug the new bulb into the electrical connector.
    2. Position the retaining ring over the bulb, then install the assembly to the adjusting plate. Secure using the retaining screws and, if applicable, the spring.
    3. Install and secure the headlight bezel.
    4. Connect the negative battery cable.
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    Loosen and remove the headlight bezel retaining screws

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    Make sure all of the screws are removed, then pull the bezel from the front of the vehicle

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    Loosen and remove the retaining ring screws

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    Pull the retaining ring and bulb forward to separate them


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    Unplug the electrical connector from the rear of the headlight


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    Headlight adjustment screws


    They will probably be inset adjacent to the headlight. You'll find a horizontal and a vertical adjusting screw, with small springs behind them. Some cars come equipped with a small level (like a carpenter's level) attached to the top of the headlight under the hood to help you get the correct adjustment.

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    Adjusting headlights on a 2005 ford freestar


    hello wwhampton,

    open the hood, take a close look at your headlights, if it is a headlight assembly, there are two screws with big plastic heads on the back of the assembly, these are the adjusting screws. one for horizontal adjustment and the other one is for vertical adjustment.

    if the headlight is a round or square ordinary bulb, the adjusting screws are located near the bulb itself, these are philips screws. one on the top and one on the side.

    a suggestion; when adjusting headlights, face the car to a wall about 5 ft away and adjust the headlight.

    tnx 4 using fixya.

    drcool

    Sep 20, 2008 | 2005 Ford Freestar

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