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Old 05-11-2011, 11:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How to aim '05 headlights??

so I just did the 05 front end conversion on my 2000 7.3...I knew how to aim my old headlights, but I can't seem to understand how the 05-07 style lights are aimed....they are just held in with two screws on top and two on bottom....there are no aiming adjusters like that on the 2000 style one....anyone know what I'm talking about, or how to aim them?
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There should be two torx style studs sticking up on the top that will adjust them. One of each side of the truck. And I have aftermarket headlights too.
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Yeah, I just noticed them earlier today and adjusted them...they were about 2 feet high lol....my low beams were lighting up tree tops when I drove down the road
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