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    Angel Eye Adjustment

    Had my Angel eyes in for a few days now and generally fairly happy with them.

    The dipped beam output is fine, maybe even better than standard. But the main beam is too low and doesn't really spread too far in front of the car.

    So my question. Can you adjust the main beam separate to the dipped??

    Here's a pic of the lights



    The arrow on the left shows the adjuster for the dipped beam.

    There is also one on the right but i don't know what this one is for? Any ideas?

    We must really make a How to for angel eyes too.

    The amount of time i have spent searching through angel eye threads is unreal

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    Who manufactured your Angel-eyes? I have Autoleads (if I remember correctly) and they have to be manually adjusted on the rear of the cluster. Main and dipped can be adjusted independently.
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    did you put the adjuster motors from your standard headlights on these? also i think you adjust thse on the back .
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    They are FK mate yes. And i fitted the motors in too.

    The arrow on the left is the height adjustment for the dipped beam.

    But don't know what the others do!

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    i think if your looking at the back of the passengers headlight, the top right hand screw adjust the main beam hight. might be wrong though....
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    Quote Originally Posted by fourteenhundred16v View Post
    i think if your looking at the back of the passengers headlight, the top right hand screw adjust the main beam hight. might be wrong though....
    Cheers matey, i shall have a look when i get 5 minutes later.

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    So looking at the top picture, the red arrow on the left adjusts the dip beam.

    But anyone know what the screw by the arrow on the right does?

    Adjusting the dip beam seems to have no effect to the position of the main beam!

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