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Old 05-08-2001, 11:13 PM
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How to adjust '96 Ranger Headlights? I can only find 1 adjustment screw?!?

I can only find one adjustment screw for each headlight, they are are towards the grill side. I looked, but couldn't find any other screw on the top or outside of the headlight area.
~These screws seem to only affect the side-to-side lighting... where's the up/down adjustment?

My problem is that they are shining way too high after my canopy and carpet kit were put in the bed.

Thanks for any insight, or help.

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