get yourself a T-15 Torx driver. Park your car on _level_ ground aiming
the lights at a wall. pop open the dummy reflector that is between the fog
and blinker, I use a butter knife and or a screwdriver to open it. once
open you will see the adjustment screw. I put a old blanket over my
headlights and hood so I could more clearly see where the cut off on the
fogs is, then I would just lift the blanket to compare with the low beams.
Test drive when done. Use as you feel necessary....;)
When I got both my VW's from the dealer I could see the fog light cut off
in the distant trees!! that was higH!
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Mine are a bit high...can anyone tell me how to adjust them? And yes
they make it easier to see deer....I've had two $2000 collisions with
Bambi, thank you in the 34 years I've been driving.
// "I build my cars to go, not to stop", Ettore Bugatti
// Stewart Dean Kingston, NY
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