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I need to adjust the headlight. The vehicle was involved in a minor collision and now the headlight is misaligned. Damage has been repaired but headlight was not aligned at all. Where is the adjustment screw/bolt located on the headlight housing?

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It should be behind the headlight,turn both ways to determine which direction light is going

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