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How do I adjust the low beam headlght on a 2006 Sabaru Tribecca B9

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I have a similar problem. The adjustment screw adjusts both the high and lof beams. After changing the passenger side low beam, both sides then pointed at the ground. High beams were fine. I adjusted so the low beams are fine but now the high beams point straight up.

In talking with Subaru Service he said there is a "module". He said after changing the bulbs they should point down then auto-adjust back up. That didn't happen. I haven't found anything on such a module. He said it woul be $109 for adjusting the lights OR for the module.

If I find anything more I'll let you know.

Posted on Jun 07, 2011

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