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I have a 2008 Subaru Tribeca and my left side low beam light seams to be shining in a different direction. The high beam is fine, but the low beam either isn't putting out enough light or needs to be adjusted. is there a way to adjust it?

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  • swickel Aug 26, 2010

    This is great but it only shows the removal and you send me section C: for adjustment? or is this all the direction given, if so it is still a little unclear

  • swickel Aug 26, 2010

    Sorry I didn't see all of the pages until I went to Scoobymods thanks

  • swickel Aug 26, 2010

    It is a good start, thanks for the information

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Here is all the information you will need:
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Thank you,
Lee

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