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Sorry for the redundancy, but adjusting headlights

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One of my TT headlights is way too high. I get people telling me that one light is on brights all the time. Oncoming traffic flashes me all the time. It also just doesn't look as good from the front. I want to make it the same level as the other light.

Do I have to pull the light out of the front or can I get to the leveling thing while it's inside its housing. I don't want to remove it myself... I'm a wuss who breaks stuff, so should I attempt it myself or take it in to the dealer? :)

PS. I did a search and never saw a post by a Turbo owner, so I wanted to make sure TT lights were done the same as the others. Thanks in advance!

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As usual... anything I touch either mechanical or otherwise involving tools and my hands, is never easy for me.

First off, I noticed before starting this process that my low beams were way off. The right side (passenger) much much higher than the driver side. This is what prompted me to start this process of adjusting. I did notice that my high beams were even however.

Now, after finding that I needed to remove my headlight to get to the adjuster, I got the low beams close to even, but I left the passenger side a little higher for signs, etc.

Well, the high beams are now way off. The driver side high beam is much higher than passenger side. Sigh....

Anyway, I'm going to just take it to the freakin' dealer. I am going to ask to have it done while I watch so I can learn.

Lastly, the headlight that was removed isn't quite as solidly in place as it once was. I can't seem to tighten it anymore either, but also don't want to try too hard and break it. It's not bouncing around, but it's just not the same as the other side. If I push on it, it will move just a little where as the other side won't budge.

..... why do I bother with this stuff? I suck at it. :cursing:

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