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Adjusting Headlight on Mazda 626

Can you show photo of where to adjust headlight, shines too high.

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At the back of the headlight there are screws that adjust up and down and left to right,look carefully as it will be written on the headlight,you will see it stamped into the top of the housing just follow the indicators on the light to adjust it down,and park in front of a wall on a flat surface if possible at night or dusk to see how much youve changed the height,its not difficult to do just look carefully

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