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can anyone help me figure out how to adjust my headlights so they have the sleepy eye look? i cant seem to find any clues on to where i adjust them.
Although I rarely do it (my 11 yr old thinks it's cool ) I do it by just using the headlight switch on my 92 GT vert. Granted, there will be slight added wear and tear to the switch /motors, but, if done only occasionally, and if you develope a good "feel" in the timing of doing it, it can be done in a very short amount of time/attempts with not too much abuse to the switch . Turn your lights on, let them come all the way up. Turn them completely off, and at the INSTANT you hear them start to lower (try to anticipate this point in time) QUICKLY turn them full on, and the lights will stop partially lowered. Do this a time or two more, and you can get them quite low, with practice. I can lower my lights until they appear completely closed, yet still remain on, so I can have foglights on in dreary daytime weather w/o having the ugly pop-ups sticking up. Ymmv.can anyone help me figure out how to adjust my headlights so they have the sleepy eye look? i cant seem to find any clues on to where i adjust them.
thats interesting but it sounds like it can damage something in the long run. is there no fuse for the popup motor?