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Head lights pointing down need to adjust any help

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Theres an adjustment screw for up and down and also a screw for left and right, you can go to a parking lot and ajust them your self you will aim the light to the specs you like but careful not to aim to high as you will be blinding oncoming drivers, you can always readjust them until you can it right, open the hood during the day to locate the adjustment screws.

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