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hmm...so thats a common fault? I`m trying to find the "how-to" but no results... U dont have a link for that??
Is it difficult to fix it or do I have to buy new drive?
Very common fault. Its the adjuster motor. It can be replaced, you can order it as a spare part. Its not expensive, I would get a new one and not try to repair it. Although sometimes it can be just that its shaft reached its operational end and jumped out of the gear...
The motor sits on the bottom of the headlamp. It is held by 2 screws accessible through the rear headlight cover opening as when changing the bulb. After removing the screws, you have to unplug the adjuster motor shaft. It is a sort of ball joint, the shaft has a ball in the end and this is clipped into the seat in the reflector. Just pull it out. Than unplug the 3 pin connector from the motor.
It is a very easy job if your headlight is out but a pain in the a...e to do with headlamp in place due to the access problems...
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