I have the Ilse 4mm ratcheting drive. Ford no longer makes them as far as I know, that's why Ilse picked it up. Not every Sears carries them in store but as many said; Sears online or I got mine on Amazon. I'll post a pic of it tomorrow, It's pretty heavy duty and well made. It will definitely outlast me.
Proper headlight adjusting;
1. Find a long flat surface with a wall.
2. Pull as close to the wall as you can and turn on your lights.
3. Use blue tape and make a cross on the wall directly in front of your bulbs.
4. Back the car up 25 feet as straight as possible.
5. Adjust your headlights so the hottest spot is about 2 inches outside of the vertical part of the cross and and about 2 inches below the horizontal line.
If your car is lowered obviously the bulbs are going to be closer to the ground so you may want to aim them a bit higher for distance if you drive highways at night and have a hard time seeing at night like I do. It's a good starting point anyways and will make sure they are adjusted evenly then if you need to you can adjust for your driving. I set my headlights a little high then the fog lights I pointed even further to the left & right to help with side to side (animals on the side of the road at night) I wish I could find some brighter fog lights that fit in the SC brackets in my bumper.
Also if you upgrade to 100w bulbs you really should add relays/fuses and upgrade the sockets. They run a bit hotter and you OEM stuff isn't made for it. I had the 100w for awhile and nobody ever flashed me, never got pulled over for them. With all the different headlights out there today they don't stand out as much as true HID's.
just found out ford makes a headlight adjusting wrench that fits in there perfectly (Fords and their special tools haha), actually helps a lot with the tight spot. Just thought i would throw that out there.
Make sure it's the right one if you get one. There are 2 out there and although both are 4mm they are very different designs. I think it's 99+ Fords that had the adjustment stud facing the front so it was easier to get to.
94 LX 3.8L NA
: Daily Driver. 270k on chassis, 10k on motor.
90 35th Anniversary SC : Stored for the Winter.
Needs Harmonic Balancer, complete suspension overhaul.
WTB: 90 SC BHJ harmonic balancer