So I was adjusting my headlights...
I was trying to adjust my headlights today, and noticed the driver side was just flopping around. I pulled it out using a 9mm socket on the retainers and the adjuster for the up/down (the inner most adjuster) as well as the retainer directly above it were not in the adjuster base anymore. See pic...
So I took those two torx screws out, and tried to re-insert them into the adjuster, no luck.
So I'm assuming the adjuster is broken? Is this something I can replace at the auto parts store, or do I need to pull ones off a headlight at the junkyard (assuming I can find a good one)?
Or is it time for a new headlight assembly? They're not foggy/scratched up. I'd like to keep them if I can.
97 Thunderbird LX (The GT Bird)
2003 Explorer WAP block with Modular Head Shop "street ported" heads and Stage 2 PI NA cams, 75mm Accufab throttle body, C&L upper intake plenum, Kooks 1.75" primary/3" collector headers, 2.5" full exhaust with mid mount Magnaflow dual in/out muffler, 24lb/hr injectors, 80mm MAF, Tuning from Don @ www.lasotaracing.com
, CAI that feeds from fenderwell. Jmod, 3.73:1 TL in Mark VIII carrier, Mark VIII aluminum LCAs, 93 Mark VIII driveshaft, PBR brakes (soon to be Cobras), 18x9 wheels with 35mm offset, 255/40/ZR18 Tires, Front and Rear strut/shock bracing, GR-2 shocks, Eibach 1.5" springs, 1989 SC front and rear sway bars.