Help. I bought a Mazda 3 Sport GT 2011, fully certified but it seems like the low beams don't work. I have 3 settings, no lights, daytime running lights, and high beams. Is this right? The car manual seems to suggest this too, but when I put the lower setting on, everyone, including police tell me I need to turn lights on, and when I turn the high beams on, I piss everyone off (and the police try to give me a ticket). Is my car screwed up, or is it made this way? Thanks!

Asked by Dec 16, 2014 at 10:19 PM about the 2011 Mazda MAZDA3 s Grand Touring Hatchback

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2011 Mazda 3 sport, GT, Hatchback. Either I have weak daytime driving lights (and everyone tells me I need to turn lights on) or I have full high beams...is this right?

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There are adjustment screws on your headlamps so you can adjust the regular beams up and the high beams down. Regular bulbs are fairly inexpensive on ebay with a few types to choose from as another option

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