Wanted. Info or a replacement headlight.

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  1. Badknee

    Badknee Funster

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    I have tried to adjust the o/side dipped beam headlight on our 53 plate Boxer but failed dismally. It's shining down onto the road about two metres in front of the MoHo. I took the h/lamp out and had a closer look and the nylon screw doesn't seem to do a lot. The head was pretty chewed up before I started.
    Just wondering if anyone has had this problem and did a new screw sort it or should I look for a new/second hand light unit do you think?
     
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    is the bulb in correctly, my relay had o/s light shining in the sky till I put bulb in properly
     
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    Yes checked that, it's way too low not high. Deffo a problem with the nylon adjustment screw, just wondering if it can be replaced or not?
     
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    has it been wound of the end of the adjuster, you can probably make a new bolt from a bit of studding and a couple of nuts, sorry cant be more help I am not familier with 53 plate headlights
     
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    It does look a bit mashed to be honest. I'll take it out and have a better look at it. There are two different h/lights on the Pug range, the early ones were much slimmer that mine but there's plenty about if I go the second hand route but I'll try to fix mine first. (y)
     

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