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post #10 of (permalink) Old 08-14-2006
pcfrisch
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Originally Posted by napalmbomb
Most fog lites are not adjusted right, the beam should hit the road around 10' in front of the vehical. The purpose is for the lite to reflect up under the fog. I drive a truck for a living and the most irratating thing are these people running fog lites on a clear nite and out of adjustment.
I am still trying to figure out how to adjust the ones on a GT. All it takes is a little bit of weight in the trunk or back seat and the front end will rise a little bit, now you have high beams.
Even if the fogs were a little high, I can't see the problem, they just don't project like regular beams. The light is dispersed, it is not focused.




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