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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-29-2005, 07:43 PM Thread Starter
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I just changed my foglights the other day and realized that my foglights are mis-aligned while the headlights are not. I don't know if it was this way before but I'm pretty sure it wasn't. One foglight is just a tad higher than the other. I didn't think it'd make a difference but when I'm behind other cars I can always see the one pointed up a bit so I'm one of those cock-eyed headlight guys on the road .

I have seen the instructions for adjusting the headlights. Since I have integrated foglights, is there any way for me to adjust one without affecting the other?
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I might be a dumbass. I went thread mining again and looked again at this:

http://forum.mazda6club.com/index.php?act=...pe=post&id=1680

I don't have a chance right now to check it but I see that little thing that says "fogs". I'm gonna asssume I can make the adjustment there... but it doesn't look like it's got an adjustable spot like the lo/hi beams...

edit: nm, i just read that great post... looks like I can adjust it afterall - but it sounds like a PITA . Oh well. What do we do on this car that isn't a PITA?
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