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Does anyone know if there is a separate ajustment screw for mean bem and dip bem? I can only see one adjustment screw and my dip is fine but high bem is hitting the ground..

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Yes, there is. I found a pic online that shows the second one.

Make sure to read the manual since you need to turn both screws rather evenly.

I tried adjusting only one and the projector fell down in the headlight housing. Had to open the headlight which is a pain in the ***.

 

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The visible screws are for the horizontal adjustment, one for each beam. The height adjustment screws are accessible from the wheel housing and you must remove the top part of the plastic protective cover. To accurately adjust them you need to make a drawing of the position of the centre of each beam  by measuring their distance apart and their height from the ground. Look closely at the lens and you will see a small dot.

Draw a horizontal line accross the dots and a vertical line through each equal to their height from the ground.

Put the car on level surface 9 meters from a wall where you position the drawing of the beams. Make sure the drawing is at the same level as the car. Aligh the center of the car with the centre of the beams on the drawing.

First adjust the low beam horozontally and then adjust the height. For maximum visibility dip the low beam 2mm per meter distance from the wall. ( 18mm below the horizontal line ). 

For the high beam aim its centre at the intersection point of the horizontal and vertical lines of the drawing.

Look at Youtube videos to see the low beam pattern and which part of it is aimed against the drawing.

Chris.

Make sure the car is full of petrol and the tyres inflated.

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15 hours ago, Mihanicos said:

The visible screws are for the horizontal adjustment, one for each beam. The height adjustment screws are accessible from the wheel housing and you must remove the top part of the plastic protective cover. To accurately adjust them you need to make a drawing of the position of the centre of each beam  by measuring their distance apart and their height from the ground. Look closely at the lens and you will see a small dot.

Draw a horizontal line accross the dots and a vertical line through each equal to their height from the ground.

Put the car on level surface 9 meters from a wall where you position the drawing of the beams. Make sure the drawing is at the same level as the car. Aligh the center of the car with the centre of the beams on the drawing.

First adjust the low beam horozontally and then adjust the height. For maximum visibility dip the low beam 2mm per meter distance from the wall. ( 18mm below the horizontal line ). 

For the high beam aim its centre at the intersection point of the horizontal and vertical lines of the drawing.

Look at Youtube videos to see the low beam pattern and which part of it is aimed against the drawing.

Chris.

Make sure the car is full of petrol and the tyres inflated.

 

15 hours ago, Mihanicos said:

The visible screws are for the horizontal adjustment, one for each beam. The height adjustment screws are accessible from the wheel housing and you must remove the top part of the plastic protective cover. To accurately adjust them you need to make a drawing of the position of the centre of each beam  by measuring their distance apart and their height from the ground. Look closely at the lens and you will see a small dot.

Draw a horizontal line accross the dots and a vertical line through each equal to their height from the ground.

Put the car on level surface 9 meters from a wall where you position the drawing of the beams. Make sure the drawing is at the same level as the car. Aligh the center of the car with the centre of the beams on the drawing.

First adjust the low beam horozontally and then adjust the height. For maximum visibility dip the low beam 2mm per meter distance from the wall. ( 18mm below the horizontal line ). 

For the high beam aim its centre at the intersection point of the horizontal and vertical lines of the drawing.

Look at Youtube videos to see the low beam pattern and which part of it is aimed against the drawing.

Chris.

MakHie sure the car is full of petrol and the tyres inflated.

Thanks for the info. It's just the high beam I need to adjust as it's pointing at the ground 

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