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Need to change headlight dipping direction

Is it possible to change the headlight dipping from dipping to the left as at present for driving on the left of the road, to dipping to the right for driving on the right of the road as I am moving countries and taking my Wrangler with me? Do I need to buy fresh lights or is an adjustment of the present ones all that is necessary?

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    Thank you. That's all I needed to know and it's saved me some wasted money (and time).

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    I have a 4 x 4 Ford Explorer, right hand drive and am now going to be using it in France. Do you know where, on the car the adjustment can be made, as in France they see my car as an import and just look at it and scratch their heads!

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No need to replace the bulbs. They can be adjusted by most inspection stations.

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