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I brought the 300C in for oil change and asked to have the headlights re-aimed. They're the halogen type. Have been aimed a bit too low and too far to the right for my taste. Now with the time change, I drive more in the dark. Of course, the dealer says they're fine. Normally, aiming is not problem; a few tweaks with the screw driver and you're done.
Where are the adjusting screws??? I looked in the service manual and it has real nice diagrams on how to mark off the wall and target areas for the hot spot, but I couldn't find anything on where the adjustment screws are. Anyone who has played with this, the help would be appreciated. Thanks
 

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There are oval holes in the top of the rad. cradle, the adjusters are about 4'' down in there. Uses a torx screw.
 

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The oval hole adjustment screw moves the lights up and down (which I got adjusted fine). Where's the left/right adjustment? (Boy, the old GM headlights were so much easier - the screws jjust sat there lookin' at ya')
 

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Anyone have a quick pic of where these guys are at? My left light is a little lower than my right and it's drivin me nuts. (Yeah, I'm kinda a freak that way)
 

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Is their seriously no way to adjust horizontal? thats not OK
 

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Maybe this will help
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THANKS A MILLION!!! This is why I love this forum and the second time I've gotten genuinely helpful info. I just aimed my headlights this morning and now they point at the proper height. I didn't have a long enough Torx screwdriver but used a small flathead that fit snugly in the threads. Like a charm!!!

-Joe
 

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Hey thanks to everyone who posted this. I re-aimed my headlights when i installed my stealth bulb package and can now see were I'm driving in the dark. Thanks a million.
 
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