Last post on May 18, 2010 at 3:19 PM
You are in the Hyundai Azera
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Hyundai Azera, Lights, Sedan
#355 of 357 Re: New Look!!! [shalako]
Apr 15, 2010 (6:54 am)
I hate to tell you this but looking at things, it would seem the adjustment affects the headlight housing as a whole. It would seem odd that you're high beams are seemingly aimed low and your low beams are fine.
At any rate, to adjust your headlights...there's a neat little piece you can find on the back side of the housing between the low & high beam caps. I have taken a pic of the driver's side headlight so you can get an understanding of where to look (see in yellow circle).
Using a phillips head screw driver, slide the tip of it into the "cuff" and turn it to adjust as needed.
#356 of 357 Re: New Look!!! 
Apr 21, 2010 (4:05 am)
hmmm... I'll be here, but unfortunately in detention (LMAO): I work at the DOJ and my shift is 7am-7pm. Es macht immer Spaß mit ihnen oder dem Eigentümer Lexii Uhr bestaunen Sie die Azera, nicht wahr? (I've got a good friend in Copenhagen, so - I can speak Danish and get away with seemingly deutsch.) Helt ærligt det er meget lettere at gå med dansk. (Frankly it is a lot easier to go with Danish) or stick with English.
#357 of 357 Re: Headlight Problem [eclaixp]
May 18, 2010 (3:19 pm)
Gentlemen: A few years ago, dealing with similar questions on replacement bulbs for my Volvo, I decided to simply use a photographic light meter (most any one will do) on a fixed base (such as a tripot) in front of the car to measure the light intensity from the bulbs. It worked nicely to prove which bulb output the most light.