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Old 04-24-2009
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Headlight Question (Tried Searching)

I am trying to adjust the headlights side to side.
1) When you turn the black plastic things on the bottom two adjusters is just the black adjusters suppose to turn or the screw too?
2) Does anyone have pictures of how far the adjusters are suppose to be on the screw? It feels like one headlight is out farther then the other.
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our light dont adjust side to side just up and down

Adjust Headlights

Ford Ranger's Owners Manual
Horizontal aiming is not required for this vehicle and is non-adjustable.
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