Aiming the car headlights is an important part and a considered part of your car maintenance. Poorly aligned headlights may not provide lighting to see the road well at night, in the same way, if the headlights have no set correctly, they can blind the drivers of the approaching cars. Adjusting the headlights is a simple process that you can do with household tools at home, all you need is a screwdriver and a flat wall on which to project the headlights of your car.
First, aiming headlights, find a wall or garage door that is flat and accessible for your car. You will need a backup as well, around 20 to 25 feet, to check the configuration when you did. An entry road is ideal, but only if it is flat, but any wall can be enough. It is also better to adjust to sunrise or sunset, so you can see the lights well and also see well enough to make the adjustments.
Then, pull the car to the wall at a distance of 1 foot from the wall. Turn on the 9006 led light bulb and tape a plus sign (“+”) in which lightning strikes the wall. If you have someone to work with who will be at a distance behind the vehicle to direct their mark, they can help, as the exact center of the beam can be difficult to find when you are just above it. If you place a strip of tape across the wall that connects the plus signs, this will show you the centerline of the headlights.
Finally, car backup, so it’s 25 feet from the wall. If you do not copy the car in a straight line, you will not get a correct reading. Please turn on the low beam to see where they fall, but it should be approximately 2 inches from each plus, lowest and right sign. If not, adjust with a screwdriver with the adjustment screws that configured on the side of the lamp.
Check the high beams too. If they do not fall down and to the right of the plus signs such as the low beam, adjust using the adjustment screws.