I noticed today the nearside dipped beam headlight bulb was blown so I bought a replacement and went about the 10 minute job of replacing it.
First I removed the cover and unplugged the electrical connector. After some blind fiddling and a few finger cuts later I had the wire clip removed and the bulb removed. Carefully noting which way up it came out I took the new one out of the box and carefully lowered it into position. However, I missed the hole in which the bulb should fit and dropped it into the plastic casing. There it sat for two hours whilst I cut my hand anf fingers a bit more trying to extract it.
Being male, my hands were too big and I finally decided to remove the adjacent headlight height adjustment unit to give me better access. The unit came away easily by turning it through 90º and pulling it backwards. Finally, I could get hold of the dropped bulb and managed to remove it. Fitted correctly, I replaced the clip, connector and cover and finally replaced the headlight height adjuster. Only now my main beam is pointing at the floor.
I do not seem to be able to put this unit back in with the headlights pointing anywhere near the right direction/level. Any idea of how I sort this out or whether I may have broken something?