- 100% Street Legal, SAE DOT Approved
- Plug & Play Installation
- Waterproof & Dustproof
- Crystal Clear Lenses
- Durable Black Housings
HOW TO ADJUST YOUR HEADLIGHTS?
Step 1. Find the adjustment screws. Firstly, locate the adjustment screws on your vehicle.
Step 2. Adjust the headlights individually. The headlights should be adjusted one at a time. Put a rag or towel over a chair in front of the light you want to block. Covering the light assembly directly can damage the plastic lens.
Step 3. Adjust the vertical field. The screw on the top of the light housing should be turned clockwise to raise the lights and counterclockwise will lower the light. The headlight should be adjusted until the top of the most intense part of the light beam shines directly on or just below the center of the tape line on the wall.
Step 4. Adjust the horizontal field. The screw on the side of the light housing should be turned to get the right/left adjustment correct. Adjust the lens so that the most intense part of the beam is to the right of the vertical line.
Step 5. Test your results.
What does it mean if there’s condensation in the headlight assembly?
Contrary to popular belief, your headlight assembly isn’t airtight. There are vents built in to allow pressure to vent. Otherwise, pressure changes could lead to a cracked lens. Because there are vents in the assembly, some moisture can enter. This is normal. Here’s what the automaker recommends regarding moisture and condensation in your headlight assembly:
- Thin mist – Normal
- Light mist covering under half of the lens – Normal
- Water puddle – Abnormal
- Drips, streaks or large droplets – Abnormal
If you are experiencing either abnormal condition, have your headlight assembly inspected. It could indicate a cracked lens that needs to be replaced.