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Old 11-30-2007, 05:51 PM
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lazy eye headlight

my 88si is fantastic i must say, but when i bought it, i was shown and told the right eys (complete assembly) doesnt pop all the way out and has a 'lazy eye' just wondering if there is a fix for it besides buying a totally new and primered assmebly? pics soon
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PLEASE search next time. this has been covered multiple times


Sleepy eye look.



oooopsss. reopened.

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thanks for opening it again, but ya its not an electrical thing....(i think) i believe it is a mechanical obstruction
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Sleepy eye look.

eeey thats my thread

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thanks for opening it again, but ya its not an electrical thing....(i think) i believe it is a mechanical obstruction
Right, each of your lights have a round thing by them (name anyone) that allignes them. This is a long shot but when you turn it, it'LL re-allign it.

Hope this works
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eeey thats my thread



Right, each of your lights have a round thing by them (name anyone) that allignes them. This is a long shot but when you turn it, it'LL re-allign it.

Hope this works
ah i know what your talking about you pop the cap and twist the knob, well i tried that but it just opens and closes again, how do i adjust it like that? i touched it one time got scared and ran away
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yeah it does go a bit mental doesn't it. another thing you can do is take your retra fuse out (the right one as there is one for each light) once that is out you can turn that knob and it wont go mental. twist it and see if it goes all the way up.
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yeah it does go a bit mental doesn't it. another thing you can do is take your retra fuse out (the right one as there is one for each light) once that is out you can turn that knob and it wont go mental. twist it and see if it goes all the way up.
ha i like the way you think, i will take the whole fuse out so the bastages wont do the round off back handspring thing again, thanks
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