01-16-2011, 06:23 PM
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you can use a large Philips screwdriver to turn the star wheel (by rotating large enough Philips). or you can turn the knob on the back of lamp's housing if there is access.
IIRC, rotating Philips clockwise (on star wheel teeth) will move the beam higher.
OEM lamps should have a 8mm bolt on rear and aftermarket lights may have something else (like small Philips screw in center of knob/star wheel on its rear). it's much easier to adjust lights this way than when using the star wheel teeth.
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