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Morning all, my landy failed its first MOT on a few little things including the headlight adjustment, on the refusal notice it states nearside / offside headlamp aim too low [1.6]

My questions are, is this the setting it is at now or the setting it should be? also how do I set them up? I remember asking on the old forum for my other landy but can remember the details or the method i.e. park * feet from a wall, chalk a horizontal line on the wall at * and two vertical lines at * etc

Thanks

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Your current headlight aim is too low.

If the MOT tester is a nice chap then he may let you adjust them against his beam tester before carrying out the retest.

If you have other faults, fix those first before returning.

HTH

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My questions are, is this the setting it is at now or the setting it should be? also how do I set them up? I remember asking on the old forum for my other landy but can remember the details or the method i.e. park * feet from a wall, chalk a horizontal line on the wall at * and two vertical lines at * etc

Thanks

I need to do exactly the same thing in my 90 and found this info on the net last night. .. . www.coolbulbs.com/HID-VISUAL-HEADLIGHT-AIMING-PROCEDURE.pdf

Hope that works and is useful. I'll be doing it later.. when the rain has stopped!! GRR

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