Aiming the headlights?
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    Default Aiming the headlights?

    The lights seem to be aimed rather low from the factory and i get a very eerie feeling of overdriving the headlights. How do we adjust the height just slightly on the projectors? i see no aiming screws

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    nevermind problem solved

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    Default Aligning Headlights

    My mom has a 200 she just bought, and the lights are aimed too low. How do I fix this? She's already taken it back to the dealer for it, and they seem unable to address the issue.

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    They may be an auto lever in the car... or if not they may be a gear assemble by the headlight,

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    Where might this auto lever inside the car be, or the gears near the headlight assemblies?

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    Hello, I am having the same problem. The lights seem to be dangerously low, to the point where I drive with my brights on at night. Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lm3mille View Post
    Hello, I am having the same problem. The lights seem to be dangerously low, to the point where I drive with my brights on at night. Any suggestions?
    Can't you just take it back to the dealership and have them change the setting for you?

    I'd have to imagine that it would be under your new car warranty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lm3mille View Post
    Hello, I am having the same problem. The lights seem to be dangerously low, to the point where I drive with my brights on at night. Any suggestions?
    look for the up down aiming screws. then look down ul see a ring. u need a long long phillips screwdriver to adjust it up and down.

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    I just bought a 2011 200S, the headlights are very dangerous as you all know, has anyone actually solved this problem or should i see if i can take the car back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay762 View Post
    I just bought a 2011 200S, the headlights are very dangerous as you all know, has anyone actually solved this problem or should i see if i can take the car back?
    I'm assuming you mean, take the car back and get the headlights aimed, or the adjustment of them checked, NOT, "return the car", just because you think that the lights are improperly aimed!

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