Before you make any adjustments, make sure the bulb is installed correctly. Have seen the bulb misaligned causing the light to shine too low in the ground or too high. If bulb is positioned in place correctly, here is the diagram as to where the adjustment screws are at. Hope info helps you out.
Warning! Adjustment of the headlamp beam is dependent on the legal requirements of the relevant market. Select intended market.
Caution! Cars equipped with Bi-Xenon lamps or halogen lamps are adjusted in the same way. To ensure that the position sensor for the Bi-Xenon lamps is correctly calibrated calibrate as follows.
Vehicles without Four-C see, VIDA, Car communication, rear electronic module (REM), Calibrating the Bi-Xenon lamp position sensor
Vehicles with Four-C see, VIDA, vehicle communication, suspension module (SUM), calibrating the system.
Ignition and low beam on
Check the current. Check that the power supply is sufficient for the desired beam level
Remove the guard over the adjustment screw. Adjust the beam horizontally (X) by pulling the adjustment screw upwards Caution! Always adjust the beam with low beam switched on.
Adjust the beam vertically (Y) using an Allen screw, as illustrated
Adjust the beam horizontally (X) using an Allen screw, as illustrated Hint: Use a -6 mm Allen screw.
Friday, October 29th, 2010 AT 10:48 PM