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post #1 of 4 Old 10-24-2009, 08:02 AM Thread Starter
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Fog Light Adjustment

For those of you with lifts. I had a lot of drivers flashing their lights at me when I had my fog lights on. They were aimed high and I found that by removing the little springs on the adjustment screw allowed me to tip them down enough to not bug other drivers.

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I did the same thing when I put my HID's in. I noticed I was getting flashed a lot by oncoming traffic and realized my 8000K fogs were killing them.

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Thanks for the tip. I left mine... kinda like it! Only because I use them for daytime/rain driving... not with oncoming traffic at night.
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BTW, I just remembered I didn't toss the screws, I simply moved them from between the light and mounting point to the other side. Basically keeping the same effect of the screw while allowing the fog light to be adjusted further down. Just put the screw on BEFORE putting it back in the light.

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