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Old Dec 26th, 2012, 07:16 PM
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I just moved my highbeam on my 03' mcs. oops?

So went under the bonnet to inspect my headlights for the first time out curiosity (just to get familiar with bulb removal and such) I went for the highbeam bulb , unplugged the connector, then went to reattach it and the entire body of the reflector moved up, or popped up rather. So this was facing downward at one point. I shut the bonnet. looked at the passenger side and noticed it was facing up already. Did I mess with something that auto adjusts? I thought only the xenon low beams did that, no the highs? If so didI mess anything up and... is driver side supposed to face down and the passengers face up?
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