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Where are the headlight adjustment screws for on a 97 Celica?


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2006-12-22 03:14:49
2006-12-22 03:14:49

There are two screws, which should be behind the gasket around the headlight. One is on the side, it controls the left and right positioning and there is one on the bottom and it controls the up and down positioning.

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Remove the 2 thumb screws that hold the headlight in place

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In Australia, our Lumina is very similar to the Holden Commodore and the same screws fit them. The Holden Commodore is also a similar model to your Pontiac, because we have nearly the exact same design, so it light be an idea to check on that near your area.

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first of all you need to take of screws on the coner of the bumper and the inside then under the bumper once you have done that there are 4 screws that hold the headlight on the bottom of the light on the passanger side it is easy to take off but on the driver side you need to go under the car between the radiator then you must unplug the headlight and it comes out i just did for my 95 it should be the same for 97.

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Left side under the headlight assembly


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