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How to adjust the aim on my projector headlights for 2008 honda accord sedan?

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There are adjusters that are normally labeled u/d along front of car or on fenders or back of headlight. Found this video. I didn't watch it tho
2008 8th gen Honda Accord DIY how to adjust your headlights

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