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Re: Speaking of headlights

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john *.?-!.* cub owner

12-23-2013 07:32:56

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I found this on the Chevrolet Forum
there should be 2 torx head screws, on either side of the upper headlight, one almost right below the headlight fixture (forgot the proper name, sorry) and one recessed much deeper into it. one controls up/down, one does sidewise. park in front of your garage door, maybe 25 feet away, and do it.[i:9285b3cc70][/i:9285b3cc70]

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12-23-2013 08:13:50

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 Re: Speaking of headlights in reply to john *.?-!.* cub owner, 12-23-2013 07:32:56  
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I found that too, but I can't find these "torx head screws."

There's one "reverse" torx head screw on top, but it won't turn tighter, and looser doesn't seem to change anything.

To change a bulb, you remove an L-shaped pin and the entire headlight unit comes out. Even with it out I cannot see any sort of aiming adjustments.

I've asked the Chevy dealer to aim the headlights, and they tell me, "They're fine."

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Joe Scribner

12-23-2013 12:24:03

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 Re: Speaking of headlights in reply to mkirsch, 12-23-2013 08:13:50  
If you keep looking you're sure to find the other adjustment screw buried behind the assembly. One is for up and down and the other for side to side. They are the reverse Torx screws. Hope that helps. Joe

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12-23-2013 08:37:14

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 Re: Speaking of headlights in reply to mkirsch, 12-23-2013 08:13:50  
You found ONE of them. They are connected to little 90 gearboxes that freeze up over time. Likely, you are stuck with the "aim" you have unless you replace the whole lamp assembly, as I don't think the individual parts are serviceable.

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