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Adjust Headlight Aiming!

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Maybe the vertical adjustment is different for the projector headlights?

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hahaha i love this "ZOMG!!! I R A JEENEEUZ!"
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u could aways use a ratchet instead of a screwdriver, its actually easier

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Any update on how to adjust the vertical positioning on the Projector Headlights?

^ never mind I figured it out. ha.

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Is there another adjustment screw for the High beam too?

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Is there another adjustment screw for the High beam too?

IIRC, the High Beams and Low Beams share the same adjustment screw.

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IIRC, the High Beams and Low Beams share the same adjustment screw.

That is correct. Make sure you adjust a the darkest time of night are ound 10pm and also against a white wall. This will help make sure your adjustment on both lights are even.

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IIRC, the High Beams and Low Beams share the same adjustment screw.

That is correct. Make sure you adjust at the darkest time of night around 10pm and also against a white wall. This will help make sure your adjustment on both lights are even. Also have to make sure bulbs are seated properly.

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Thers 3 bolts on the back of the headlight assembly which allow the lights to be moved up down and side to side

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Here's my post that I submitted on an Evo forum.

Good old copy & paste:

adjustment2a.jpg

No need to take the HLs off the car. Adjusting the beam pattern while theyre on the car will make life easier. ALL adjustment points are easily accessable with the HL fixed on the car.

* Adjustment# 1 uses a 10mm socket ONLY

* Adjustment# 2 uses a long shaft phillips head screw driver or 5mm socket

* Adjustment# 3 uses a phillips head screw driver or 10mm socket ONLY when HL is off the car.

Adjustment# 3 can be accessed as follows:

http://forums.evolutionm.net/8744511-post20.html

More adjustment trivia:

* Adjusting #1 by itself will give DIAGONAL adjustment (pivoting axis = adjustment# 2 & adjustment# 3)

* Adjusting #2 by itself will give you UP / DOWN adjustment (pivoting axis = adjustment# 1 & adjustment# 3)

* Adjusting #3 by itself will give you LEFT / RIGHT adjustment (pivoting axis = adjustment# 1 & adjustment# 2)

* Adjusting #1 & #3 together will give you UP / DOWN adjustment (pivot point = adjustment# 2)

* Adjusting #1 & #2 together will give you LEFT / RIGHT adjustment (pivot point = adjustment #3)

Does this make sense???

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is this for normal headlights or projector lights ?

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