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Posted: Sun Jul 17, 2005 12:01 am 
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hey all

well, finally got off my a*** & decided to adjust the highbeams - however, the passenger side headlight has chewed itself, in that the plastic cog which turns on the metal one, has become useless . how can i now adjust the headlight without taking the entire front bar off? :? the high-beam is set too low, so needs to be taken up...

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Posted: Sun Jul 17, 2005 1:38 am 
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yes - i need to do mine and wish I had given all those little cogs and wheels a bit of a spray with crc before i put em in ... oh well, hope mine doesn't chew ... my low beams are perfect, just the drivers side high is a bit up

 

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Posted: Sun Jul 17, 2005 3:37 am 
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its only the passenger side - the drivers shows no signs of wear at all :? freaken ford with their 1 plastic/1 metal cog! :x

 

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