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My high beams are not spread out like I'd like them to be.It is difficult to drive at night.I like to see whats up the road aways .If I go thru a dip in the road,all I see is the bottom of the dip.The upside is pitch black. They just don't put out much light to suit me.Please help......Can I get different light bulbs to solve this problem? Thank you

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  • mona65251 Jul 24, 2009

    Thank you very much. I will have that done and hope it fixes my problem.

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    you will need the beams adjusted by the dealer, this adjustment requires a special tool set.

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You could buy HID conversion low beams for your car... try and keep it respectable at around 6000 lumens

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Take it to your local inspection dealer and have them adjust them, if you adjust them be careful, you can get a ticket, possibly a towed vehicle for aiming them to blind people. you could also get fog lamps

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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