Re: Healamp Dip Conundrum
Don't know about these cars in particular but on most cars, with "conventional" halogen bulbs, the beam cut-off is determined mainly by the shroud over the filament of the dipped beam bulb. The bulbs usually have three "legs" on them which go into slots in the bulb holder so that it can only go the right way up. I guess you'll have to change the complete headlamp assemblies for RHD ones. Alternatively, with a bit of luck, you MIGHT be able to "mirror" the slots with a file so that you can put the bulb in twisted the opposite way but you'd need to be very accurate. The pattern on the lens just "focuses" the light a bit better I think.