Re: Aim Fog Lights
Wife just got home and I took a look. They seem like projector units and there may be an adjustment. There's a definite difference between the two, the passenger side is farther back. Poking at them, it turns out the passenger side is loose! Of course, as I just passed the 36K mark a few weeks ago. Wonder if this is covered under the certified warranty?
I'll have to poke around a bit to see what's up. My 16 YO daughter has had a couple minor, uh, incidents, one with the garage wall and another in a parking lot. Nothing warranting paying my deductible to fix though, in fact you'd have to look hard to see any damage. Damage is at the license plate too, so I doubt it would have broken the fog light though. Will have to double check though before I take it in.
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