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I have a focusing problem on my headlights. it doesnt matter how far I raise or lower my headlights. I am still have this light concentration in this crooked half moon kind of pattern. I am trying to figure out how to fix it; I now have HID's and you can definitely see this pattern more clearer and brighter.
Right now anything can help,willing to try to anything to fix this problem.
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My opinion is that you have either one or both bulbs in upside down. Check the orientation of your bulbs, making sure the little tab is seated in the right location, that the edge of the bulb's base is inside the headlight groove, and make sure that the brass looking arm is holding the bulb in place.

That is usually what causes the halo, an upside down bulb.
 

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Owners manual has really good directions on aiming. I'm sure you will find some good tips to go along with that here like B said.

Those shoots are on the ground right? Can you aim them against the wall and snap some pictures? Approx. 20 feet away.
 

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well i took a look at it and the whole entire reflector on the inside has moved a 1/2 inch; so now i have to figure why and how to fix.
 
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