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    I have a 2004 Baleno JXR. The headlights are terrible, you cant see anything on the road. Ive had a relay installed, better bulbs, even fog lights, and had an alignment done but nothing helps, they just dont shine on the road properly.. anyone else have this problem or know how to remedy it?


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    put 8000 kelvin HIDS
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    Yah I thought of that, but if the headlight has a messed up reflection, or not aligned properly or just messed up basically, even w/the HID lights, not sure if it would properly light the road up?

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    be careful, i know a no. of ppl got their ECUs burnt doing this electrical stuff. stay away from stupid electricians.

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    yaar just get the reflectors alligned..that will fix ur problem..same happened to my corolla XE..my small bro messed the reflector screws..i alligned them(tightened the screws).. u can do this by yourself too, look for a long screw on the backside of the light(where u insert the bulbs), turn it to tighten or loosen the reflectors.

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