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How do you adjust low beam headlights on the Grand Vitara mine is a 2006 model and I tried the switch to the left of the steering column and that did not work. Low beams are still pointed too low for night operation.

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I HAVE A 2006 GRAND VITARA, EVERY SO OFTEN MY STUDS ON THE TIRES BREAK SO THEREFORE THE NUTS FLY OFF AND THE TIRES ALMOST COME OFF. I GET THEM FIXED BUT IT HAPPENS AGAIN.DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT THE PROBLEM IS?

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