how do i adjust the hi and low beam head lights on my 2003 sedona kia

Asked by Nov 12, 2012 at 09:33 AM about the 2003 Kia Sedona LX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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There are two wheels on the back of the headlight assembly. They may or may not be covered with a white or black plastic cap. One of the wheels should be visible when you look behind it, but the other is covered by the fender panel. Above those wheels there should be little tunnels made into the housing. You adjust the headlamp by sticking a medium phillips head screw driver down the tunnel into the wheel and then turn. Aim your driver's side a little more to the middle, just a bit, the right (passenger) more strait ahead. Sometimes it's easier to do this at night --park you car about 30-40 feet from a wall, side of building and you will be able to see exactly where they are pointed. Then find SAFE place where you can check them without obstructions into the night road. If you still get folks flashing their lights at you when YOU are on low beam, start over. On low you should see your lights shining on the road ahead of you. High beams might shine far in to the distance

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