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Rick
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Aug 7, 11:17pm - #243305 
MTEC aiming

Hey guys i installed my low beams yesterday and went to a toyota meet tonight. I realized that my low beams are shining WAY to high! Its weird cause my right low beam is shining about 10 feet high on the left side of my car and vice-versa. Anybody know how i can easily adjust this problem??? Any help is appreciated thanks.

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Aug 7, 11:47pm - #243306 
there's a turning knob right under the headlight unit..pretty easy to reach..i dunno how else i can help ya


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Aug 7, 11:56pm - #243307 
you can take a philps screw driver at it also to make turning a lot easier.. happywink


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Aug 8, 12:14am - #243308 
really? i turn w/ my fingers, no problem at all...unless u're talkin about a different way to adjust.


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Aug 8, 8:52am - #243309 
alright ill try that...those are for the low beams right? Cause the silver knob thing yall are talkin about looks like its right under the DTR's/High beams.

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Aug 8, 9:03am - #243310 
i know nothing about headlights wtf

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Aug 8, 9:59am - #243311 
I think you're seeing the "UFO's" caused by the MTECHs.

Our stock housing has two holes where light can escape. You don't notice with the dimmer stock lights, but you do with the MTECHs. It caues three beams of light ot be projected high above the normal headlight rays.


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Aug 8, 10:32am - #243312 
^^oh wow..i didnt know that. Ill work on my lights when i get back in town. Thanks. I have one more question..Have yall noticed that your right low beam really shines bright to the left and the left low beam shines really bright to the right from about 15 ft. away? I dunno, maybe i just need to aim them

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Aug 8, 10:45am - #243313 
that is probly because that is where teh ufo are pointed at.

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