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Please help..... how do I adjust high beams on 2006 Impala?

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SOURCE: 2005 Chevy Impala Headlight

hi from uk for info the dip beams have a seperate fuse in fuse box for each side offside and nearside so if bulb is ok ? check fuses if you have h/book ? it will give location and amperage of fuse required also the same goes for the side/tail licence plate lights are on seperate fuses so you do not lose all lights if fuse goes

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SOURCE: Buick LeSabre 2006 High Beam Replacement Procedure

there should be metal or plastic pins that pull up and release the headlight from the car then you just pull the assembley straight out

Posted on Mar 15, 2009

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SOURCE: headlight adjustment

AIMING The head lamps should be aimed using a special alignment tool, however this procedure may be used for temporary adjustment. Local regulations may vary regarding head lamp aiming, consult with your local authorities.

  1. Verify the tires are at their proper inflation pressure. Clean the head lamp lenses and make sure there are no heavy loads in the trunk. The gas tank should be filled.
  2. Position the vehicle on a level surface facing a flat wall 25 ft. (7.7 m) away.
  3. Measure and record the distance from the floor to the center of the head lamp. Place a strip of tape across the wall at this same height.
  4. Place strips of tape on the wall, perpendicular to the first measurement, indicating the vehicle centerline and the centerline of both head lamps.
  5. Rock the vehicle side-to-side a few times to allow the suspension to stabilize.
  6. Turn the lights on, adjust the head lamps to achieve a high intensity pattern.
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SOURCE: the low beams do not work but the high beams do

replace the dimmer switch, that is the most common cause of this,.

Posted on Oct 21, 2009

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SOURCE: In adjusting the headlights on a 2003 Olds Alero,

Unless a car has been in an accident it is very rare that the adjustment of haedlights change. the usual problem as in your case sounds as if the headlamp is not installed properly. It is either loose or not seated properly. So check there first.

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

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