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Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by mitch, September 26, 2005.

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  1. mitch

    mitch Active Member

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    i guess this is a problem on all ex's well at least the two i have, but the headlights shine right into the cars in front of me. they always think i have my brights on, but i dont. Now with my ex lifted it is even worse, is there any way to angle them down a bit so they dont shine into their back windows?
    thanks for the help
     
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    yes there is.... there are adjustments made to do this... there is a special tool you can get which is like $5 or you can do it with a pair of pliers....
     
  4. mitch

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    do u have to take the headlights apart to do this?
     
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    actually you don't have to have a special tool just use like a small metric socket, like 5 mm or somewhere around there.........anyway thats what I use to adjust mine. No you shouldnt have to take the headlights apart.
     

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