Headlight adjustment, How to??

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Asked by Jan 07, 2011 at 11:35 PM about the 2001 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Can see adjustment screw under hood but not from outside

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raise hood look at top of headlight mounting area you will see the adj screws,they will be in upright position on both sides of light,their is 2 screws for each light.

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Okay to solve this issue. on an eddie bauer if your looking at the headlight you have 2 retaining screws on top and a set screw that locks the headlight into place that is centerline vertical. None of those adjust your headlamp. If you look to the far left you will see a stud that uses a 4mm socket. that is the only way to adjust your headlamp up and down. Everything else that uses a 10mm socket is for mounting the headlamp only and DOES NOT adjust height nor left right angle. The headlamps on the 2003 model ford expedition are single direction adjustment.

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