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Join Date: Sep 2003
The adjuster inside is for compensating for different loads (e.g. lots of weight in the boot) and should be at 0 in normal operation
With a full tank of fuel, compensaotr at 0, and car unloaded, the light should be adjusted on the headlamp unit, with the car set up on the machine that checks them!
here the MOT place usually does it then and there for about £5 per side - it takes about 30seconds to 1 min to do if you have the proper headlight pattern machine.
Any garage that does MOT tests can do it for you
Make sure fuel tank is full though.
Hold the rear end slide....don't run wide!
156 2.0TS Veloce Lthr (02/02), silver, black Momo, BMC filter,V6 intake, DS2500 Front-DS Perf Rear pads, Conti sportcontacts, OMP strut Brace
Built in Italy, on the last Friday before (hic) Xmas........:-/