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Hi, our lights are badly set up. They stop just in front of the car when on low beam, have been back to the dealership to no avail. Anyone else had this problem??
 

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With the darker evenings coming here in the UK now, I notice the headlight on the drivers side (O/S), is aiming more to the nearside than it should, and needs to swing out just a bit to give a more even spread of light.
Does anyone know if there is a simple adjustment for this or is it a dealer job. I have lifted the dip beam up a little by using the adjustment wheel on the Dash, setting position to No 1, as the beams were too low at the O setting position. Otherwise good headlights, but must say the ASX lights gave a much wider spread of light across the front of the car, lighting up the kerb areas very well indeed and without causing problems for oncoming drivers.. So miss this feature on the Eclipse Cross.
 

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With the darker evenings coming here in the UK now, I notice the headlight on the drivers side (O/S), is aiming more to the nearside than it should, and needs to swing out just a bit to give a more even spread of light.
Does anyone know if there is a simple adjustment for this or is it a dealer job. I have lifted the dip beam up a little by using the adjustment wheel on the Dash, setting position to No 1, as the beams were too low at the O setting position. Otherwise good headlights, but must say the ASX lights gave a much wider spread of light across the front of the car, lighting up the kerb areas very well indeed and without causing problems for oncoming drivers.. So miss this feature on the Eclipse Cross.
Since posting the above have found OldSalts post regarding the workshop manual for the 2018 Eclipse Cross, which hopefully is not much different to the 2019 model year.. I think it will give me the answer to my question, and will come in very handy for any future issues.
Thanks for downloading this useful information oldsalt, and is much appreciated.
 
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