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Old 07-14-2013, 11:10 PM   #1
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Headlights Too Low

I know I saw a thread a while back where people were talking about the headlights and that it seems very easy to over-drive their output. I thought the same thing about my 2012. All I did was raise each height adjuster screw one full turn. I finally got a chance tonight to drive some really dark roads and the difference was much better. Hard to believe one complete rotation was enough to make such an improvement. I also didn't have anyone flashing me, even on a two lane road so I am sure they are not too high either. If you are having the same problem, try this simple fix. It worked for me.
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Where is the height adjuster located?
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Where is the height adjuster located?
Blue plastic screw right behind each headlight. I used a large Phillips screwdriver and carefully rotated it.
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Blue plastic screw right behind each headlight. I used a large Phillips screwdriver and carefully rotated it.
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