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Old 07-26-2013, 09:21 PM   #1
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Help, Raxiom lights issue

So I had a shop install some exterior mods the other day, including the raxioms, and when I took the car out for a night ride, I noticed one light was shining about 10 feet in front of the car and the other about 30. In other words, I can't see without having the high beams up. The shop told me that they couldn't find a way to adjust them and they are also leaking. Halp.
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The adjustment is at the back, u just take a socket with an extension and turn a screw type thing, impossible to miss if u look at it, what do u mean it's leaking? According to the instructions it's normal for condensastion to develop at times
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The adjustment is at the back, u just take a socket with an extension and turn a screw type thing, impossible to miss if u look at it, what do u mean it's leaking? According to the instructions it's normal for condensastion to develop at times
Condensation is never normal. I am dealing with the same issue. The instruction say that there might be initial condensation after the install that will go away. If it happens again and again they are not sealed correctly and need to be fixed. I even silicone sealed mine and they are still condensating.
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This is why I'm sticking with my OEM Halogens. I think that they offer more of a muscle car look anyway.
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The adjustment is at the back, u just take a socket with an extension and turn a screw type thing, impossible to miss if u look at it, what do u mean it's leaking? According to the instructions it's normal for condensastion to develop at times
The screw wouldn't do anything.
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