Headlights should always aim at obtaining the best visual range and visual field (side to side) as possible without blinding the traffic in the opposite direction. All headlights have two headlamp adjusters. One is for vertical adjustment and the other for lateral. The adjusters have a blind nut or plastic threaded insert in the body of the vehicle. The upper part of the adjusting screw fixed the headlight, and the lower half used to thread in or out of the threaded device mounted body.
Park the vehicle 2 feet from a garage door or on the wall. Place a piece of masking tape on the wall directly in front and in the center of each headlight. This result indicates the exact location of the headlights. Vehicle backup 10 feet. Please put it in the park and turn on the h3 led headlight bulbs.
Adjust the headlight screw on the driver’s side, so the light shines in line with the tape and 2 inches below. Tighten the screws. If the vehicle is an early model with round or rectangular headlights without covers, it has access to the screws on the front of the headlight. Stand in front of the low beam h3 headlights and look closely at the 12 o’clock position. The adjuster can see very close to the headlight.
Turn the screw to raise the height and exit to the smallest. The screw to move the light is to the right, or on the side of the defense. If the headlight is a modular style, the latest models of the adjusting screws are under the hood. Looking down at the top rear of the light, you will see two outgoing plastic messages with a screw. One focuses on the top and the other that is to both sides of the light. They are visible. The setting works the same.
Adjust the passenger side light so that it is 2 inches below the belt and 1 inch to the right. This result is so that it provides sidewalk lighting.