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Old 04-19-2017, 04:25 PM   #1
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Projector headlight Passenger side beam shakes?

Hello so I have a set of ccfl halo projector headlights on my car since November 2016 and my passenger side beam shakes it,shakes while driving or stopped is something loose or broken? And I'm always getting flashed by other drivers like I have my brights on but I don't I adjusted the beam but can't go any lower as the housing blocks the light output? Any help would be awesome!


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Old 04-19-2017, 08:36 PM   #2
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Kinda answered your own question, sure sounds like that one is loose or broken inside.
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Is there a way to fix it or will I have to buy a new headlight set
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Afraid that's an 'if you have to ask' type question.

Once you figure out what's broken or loose it could be dirt simple or not worth the effort to you.

IF required for repair just 'baking' them apart and resealing the lenses may be more of a job than you want to attempt. MkIII section has a lot of info. on that, because many have done their own retrofits/mods lately.
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Old 04-20-2017, 11:57 AM   #5
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Once you open it up, you will see it's either loose or completely broken off. I found that with mine when I opened them up - I had hit a deer and it broke some of the inside pieces. To fix, you have to fabricate the necessary parts yourself or try some epoxy maybe.
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LOL.....................I have met the enemy................and he is ME.

Like there is some 10 million page fix-it book that covers every single way a thing can break. Individual thoughtful effort is the only thing that counts there, one either has it or he doesn't, the latter group go through lifetimes with broken things the norm in their lives.

DON'T SETTLE FOR THAT.
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