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Help Adjusting 156 Blinding Headlights??

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Ive Recently Noticed On My 156 That Drivers In Front Are Moving Their Rear View Mirrors Due To Me Blinding Them From 2-3 Car Lengths Behind Even When Set To Number 3 If Set Them To 0 I Blind The Pidgeons.

Is This Normal Ive Been Told That Most 156's Do This Even When Lined Up Exact?

If Not Can Anyone Tell Me How I Can Adjust Them

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Re: Adjusting 156 Blinding Headlights??

I wouldn't worry about it. If your lights are adjusted properly to begin with you don't have a problem. Everyone I know will flip up the rear view mirror when a car is behind them with their lights on. They don't really blind whoever is in front (unless you have your full beams on ), most people just don't want the distraction of a bright light shining in their mirror.
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