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Morning everyone

 

I seem to be in a spot of bother. 

 

My passenger headlight blew the other day so I fitted a new one from Halfrauds and it's pointing really low (the old one didn't) and as far as i can tell it's all fitted correctly. I saw that there is a sprocket that if you turn it will move the aim up and down but after turning it 2 or 3 times it made no difference whatsoever. 

 

Any help?!

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bulb is in wonky.  Its quite tricky to seat them correctly in the holder if you don't take the whole headlight out - but it is possible

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The adjuster bolt needs turning about 20 times mate. Line it up against a wall or garage from 5-10 feet away and you will see it moving. It is awkward and slow. 

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2 hours ago, Cravo said:

The adjuster bolt needs turning about 20 times mate. Line it up against a wall or garage from 5-10 feet away and you will see it moving. It is awkward and slow. 

 

it shouldn't be that far out with just a bulb change.

 

I did mine wrong the first time and I had one super high, reseated the bulb and back to normal

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