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Old 01-10-2008, 05:48 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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just wondering if anyone out there knows how to adjust headlight beams froma 94 civic? i know how to adjust them up and down, but for some reason, both of the sides shoot outward and not inward, i haven't tried them in the dark yet so i don't really know how it looks like?

there are two adjusting scews, one for the high beam and one for the low beam? i don't know where the left and right one is?
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do it in the dark and aim them at a wall, you will see the lights move then.
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just wondering if anyone out there knows how to adjust headlight beams froma 94 civic? i know how to adjust them up and down, but for some reason, both of the sides shoot outward and not inward, i haven't tried them in the dark yet so i don't really know how it looks like?

there are two adjusting scews, one for the high beam and one for the low beam? i don't know where the left and right one is?
there are only two adjusting screws on each side, one is up/down, the other is left/right....i dont remember which is which but you should be able to tell like Boosted91 said.
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Do it (if you can) 30ft from a wall. Measure 18in up on the wall and as wide as your headlights are apart (center to center) and place electrical tape there. Aim for the tape
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