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Hi and lo beam lights are atrocious. Unable to drive highway at night. Tried one upgrade with no improvement. Is this a common problem with this model?

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Have you tried adjusting the headlights? This will tell you a good procedure if you want to try it yourself.

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

Testimonial: "Thank you so much for the tip. Unfortunately I'm blonde and female but if I can find those adjusting screws I'll give it a try. Night driving is prett"

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    LOL, you can find them. Just look closely for either a phillips screw or a Torx type screw. If they are Torx be sure and use a Torx screwdriver. The adjustments will be located on the top down in a hole or may be located on the backside of the assembly. Be sure and put a little weight in the driver's seat to compensate for the lack of a driver when you adjust them. It is critical the car be on a level surface about 25 feet from the wall. I admire you for giving this a try and not just giving up. It is simple once you find the adjustment screws. I am faith that if you look carefully you can find them and accomplish this.



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