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    Default Recently I got DRL installed in Civic 2016 headlamps.

    Recently I got DRL installed in CIVIC 2016 head lamps. I think that throw of high beam is disturbed due to installation. Did any one else have such experience? What should I do to get it fix? Is there any adjustment facility available in CIVIC head lamps? Senior Pakwheelers are requested to guide.

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    Share the pics so that we can understand the problem

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    There are screws behind the headlight assembly for alignment.

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    Okay I will post it today. But what I feel is that it get slightly low

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToxicDevil View Post
    There are screws behind the headlight assembly for alignment.
    Oh great thanks for advise. Is it required any computerised alignment or local electrician could able to adjust

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    Anyone can do it. Even you can do it yourself. Just google about headlight alignment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkhan05 View Post
    Oh great thanks for advise. Is it required any computerised alignment or local electrician could able to adjust

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    A rotating screw....anyone can do it...park car facing wall wth a good amount of distance after sunset...open and adjust accordingly
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    Pics of lights after adjustment. I think still adjustment is required as light is not upto the mark

    1 low
    2 high

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    Expert opinion is required

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    Its fine man -_-

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    show the headlamp pic..
    let the freedom fly !

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkhan05 View Post
    Pics of lights after adjustment. I think still adjustment is required as light is not upto the mark

    1 low
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    Its perfect.
    Else you can judge better if you can see clearly while driving, then its all fine.
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    Viewing from picture ur right side ( if sitting on driver seat) light is tilted towards left....u need to move it a little bit at right side......just adjust the right side head lamp...left is fine...

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    Post a pic of front with DRL running

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    That is not a 016 model sir. It's a 9th gen. Driver side needs slight adjustment.
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