low beams to dim

Asked by Dec 30, 2016 at 03:00 PM about the 2010 Subaru Tribeca Limited

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the low beams are either to dim or angled down to far I cant see far enough
does anyone know what to do thank you

4 Answers

74,565

Low beams don't shine far but maybe you should have the head lights adjusted.

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Perhaps someone didn't orient the low beam bulbs correctly (flush) in their mounts. If they're crooked they'll aim downward. Weird to have BOTH incorrectly mounted, though....

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My guess is, like my 2010 Premium Tribeca, you have stock HID headlights. They have an adjustment on the right of the steering wheel on the dash. Near where adjust left outside mirror. Can adjust headlights up or down.

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thanks I well look into each of these

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