Question about 2005 Subaru Outback
Park your vehicle on level ground (preferably) facing your garage door or an available wall. Get yourself a screwdriver (usually a phillips head) and an adjustable wrench or selection of sockets. Turn the headlights on but do not start the car if possible. If your battery is close to dead, you can start the car, but be *extremely* mindful not to touch ANY moving parts in the engine during the next steps. You have been warned.
Looking at the garage door or wall, you will be able to see how badly aligned your headlights are. Open the hood to your vehicle. Look at the top of the headlights as seen from under the hood. There will be a set of screws on each one: One that controls the X (horizontal) alignment, and one for the Y (verticle) alignment. By turning the screws, you will (slowly) move the headlight. Make adjustments to these screws until the headlight in question matches the other one.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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