On my Cougar there were 3 screws that hold in the headlight housing. I had busted one or some and got some new ones. I removed the headlight housing, and adjusted the screws while they were out using some vice-grip pliers. The screws come out by pulling the pins out. It was a little hard, but not a big problem. The pins are about 1" wide and 1.5" tall and the top is bent down away from the headlight panel. I couldn't get the pin out with what I had, so I put a piece of wire in the hole at the top and pulled them out like that. The headlight screws are twisted in the headlight assembly pretty good, so I had to use pliers to get them out, but you should be able to adjust them while they're in. Top ones go in to move the light up, and bottom ones go out. Your lights may not line up with the corners after this because they're the way they're supposed to be, pointing at the ground instead of in other peoples' eyes. I sure pissed a lot of people off with my lights. I also bought a pair of the rectangular blue-lensed fog lights at Wal-Mart. I had the ones that were $40 and had the wireless remote. You can get some for $20-25 there without the remote. Wire them up come on with either your high beams, low beams, or parking lights, or just use the switch. I hooked mine up to my high AND low beams using some diodes from Radio Shack. If you want the specific name, ask me. I might be able to get the number too. So when I turn on my high beams or low beams, they stay on. It's $1.50 for the diodes, and well worth it. Relays are about $3.50, and the wiring should all be there for the rest. If you need some help with wiring, ask. All you might need is a femal connector and a piece of wire.
Waxed vs. cloudy headlights:
There is a BIGGGGG differece between the two, even if they aren't totally crystal clear. I was able to see pretty good. Headlights were pointed almost straight ahead, as were my 55wt. foglights, but after I cleaned them, I got flashed quite a bit. Flashed as in headlights, as in from cars, not women.