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Light adjustment How can I adjust the head light so more illumination falls on the ground. The light shines too high off the ground and I cannot see well what is on the road at night. How can the head lamp be adjusted.

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I would suggest you to first replace the haelogen given with osram night breaker 55, 60 watt haelogens it will solve your problem. Plus try to keep the dimmer switch in between as it will keep both dimm and full haelogen filaments glow.

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