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Pop the hood and stand in front of the headlight. Look down at the top of the headlight and then move towards the back of the assembly. Towards the center of the car (if you're looking at your driver side headlight, this will be "left" and vice versa for the passenger headlight) you will see a toothed wheel with a bolt thru it mounted on the back of the headlight assembly. It is surround by a rim with a slot at approximately 10 o'clock (driver's side headlight). Use a long philips head screwdriver and turn this wheel by inserting the tip of the screwdriver into this slot. I believe clockwise turns aims the beam lower. A few turns and you should be able to see which way is which.

Be sure to do your adjustments on a level surface with your lights approximately 25' away from a preferably flat wall.

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