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Allen key to adjust Xenons?

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Could someone tell me the size of the Allen key to adjust the height of the Xenon beam - I see the little wite plastic allen socket behind the little rubber bungs, but they look to be quite small and are certainly too far in for my normal allen keys to reach. Is there anthing special about adjusting the Xenon's or is it just like adjusting ordinary headlights.


pete S

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and by long, he means much longer than keys in typical folding sets sold in stores as you've discovered. A long handled T set should reach but if you don't already have you'll find it more economical to use a 5-in-1 screwdriver (which you probably already have) and then get a 3" extension & 5mm bit which fit. If not magnetized, throw a little tape around the connections to secure (which I do even though mine is magnetized as a just in case...)

Good luck :)

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