How do I make my head lights stay half open? Are they supost to do that? Ive seen pictures of probes like that.. but mine doesnt do it. How do I make my headlights stay half open? And what does it do?

Asked by Aug 17, 2014 at 07:07 PM about the 1997 Ford Probe GT

Question type: Car Customization

1997 ford probe gt/gts v6

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You can do it by adjusting the limit switches that will stop the light covers at half mast. I doubt it would work with the vacuum actuated hide-away lights. But the electric motor type may be able to do this ...although it is not an option that I know of. Simply find the limit switch & adjust it to kill the motor when the light covers are half way down. However; it may look silly ...this was part of the Probe style ...I liked it ...but never seen it repeated on any other automobile.

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