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Installed new headlights and bulbs . unable to get them adjusted correctly and they do not seem to be as bright as they should be.

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The plastic outer covers for the lights maybe dirty and faded. A kit is sold at your local Walmart that is called a headlight polishing kit, I would give that a go. Take your car to a huge building at night and drive up to a reasonable distance to where you can see your lights shining on the broadside of it well. Take your screw driver and adjust them then, when you have an entire view of the lights being projected on the broadside of a building, that will give you the proper adjustment.

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