I have Bi-Xenon HID 4300k headlights with automatic high beams. When driving at night on dark roads other motorists frequently flash their high beams at me, I'm assuming because they think my high beams are activated. I've had the dealership check the alignment and they say it's all good. Anyone else have this problem?
I have the same problem. Dealer (after four trips) replaced headlight mechanism. Part cost a ton fortunately it was a warranty issue. I've been in my truck ahead of my wife who was driving the 300 at night. Those headlights look like a starship is following you even on low beam. I feel for other drivers but all I can do is flash them back to say my brights are not on. Dealer says lights can't be aligned.
Yes they are self leveling but can assure you that they can be adjusted.
Mine still self level when I start it etc but when that finishes it just points slightly further down then before.
It is a quick job for them when they know how to do it. Might be worth finding another dealer.
Thanks for that. It seems odd that they can't be adjusted. This is the second dealer. We gave up on the dealer we bought the car from after it took four trips to get the headlights repaired (they weren't tracking the steering). It was a total gong show.
I'm going to see if I can figure out how to lower them a little. Alison says they did it themselves.