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Hi Just had car returned from repairers after insurance job. I have the HID headlamps with I-AFS. Not had the car long before the accident, (not my fault), but, I seem to remember one continuous distinct line of light on dip with no sign of individual lights. Which could account for the fact that cannot buy kit to change to Continental driving, as they do not dip to either side. But now I can see both headlights on the road, if you know what I mean, and the line of light is still distinct, but higher on the left with a drop to the centre and right. If this is incorrect, does anyone know if easy to adjust as I live about an hours drive from the nearest dealership, and also the repairers garage? The lights still "go round corners".

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Hi Just had car returned from repairers after insurance job. I have the HID headlamps with I-AFS. Not had the car long before the accident, (not my fault), but, I seem to remember one continuous distinct line of light on dip with no sign of individual lights. Which could account for the fact that cannot buy kit to change to continental driving, as they do not dip to either side. But now I can see both headlights on the road, if you know what I mean, and the line of light is still distinct, but higher on the left with a drop to the centre and right. If this is incorrect, does anyone know if easy to adjust as I live about an hours drive from the nearest dealership, and also the repairers garage? The lights still "go round corners".

it is not a problem to adjust: http://www.infoarena.com/lexus/headlights/

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Hi Just had car returned from repairers after insurance job. I have the HID headlamps with I-AFS. Not had the car long before the accident, (not my fault), but, I seem to remember one continuous distinct line of light on dip with no sign of individual lights. Which could account for the fact that cannot buy kit to change to continental driving, as they do not dip to either side. But now I can see both headlights on the road, if you know what I mean, and the line of light is still distinct, but higher on the left with a drop to the centre and right. If this is incorrect, does anyone know if easy to adjust as I live about an hours drive from the nearest dealership, and also the repairers garage? The lights still "go round corners".

it is not a problem to adjust: http://www.infoarena.com/lexus/headlights/

Thanks for info, do you happen to know is this for HID headlamps or just the Halogen ones?

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