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Is there a way to adjust the retractable headlights on a 96 Saturn SC2?

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2006-12-26 21:41:39
2006-12-26 21:41:39

You can adjust the beam direction if that's what you mean. There are adjustment screws for up-down, and right-to-left adjustment. Raise the lights, and remove the plastic cover held on by three screws (torx drive heads), 2 on outside, 1 on inside of each light. Then you can access the beam direction adjustment screws. There is no adjustment for the pop-up portion of the lights, only the lamps themselves. Hope that helps ...

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