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Old 11-30-2021, 12:34 PM #16
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FWIW, the headlights are the easiest thing in the world to adjust yourself if you have a Phillips head screw driver. Park about 20 ft. behind a car on the road, pop the hood and adjust the low beams until they are just below the rear view mirrors of the car in front of you.
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Update: I was able to reach out to a local 4Runner owner here who I had reached out in the past about recommendations on local shops for ceramic coating. He offered to do the work for me for a small fee, much cheaper than others so I'm happy about that part! Will drop off the 4Runner tomorrow for the install. Looking forward to the end results!!

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FWIW, the headlights are the easiest thing in the world to adjust yourself if you have a Phillips head screw driver. Park about 20 ft. behind a car on the road, pop the hood and adjust the low beams until they are just below the rear view mirrors of the car in front of you.

My dealer here in Carlsbad sells new from the lot with aftermarket parts. They outsource the suspension work but they do warranty it.


I don't even have space to do the work...not trying to get scolded by the front office for doing car work in the parking lots. Apparently it's an eyesore for prospective folks who might want to live in the community so that's out of the question. All good now - found a local who'll do the work for much cheaper!
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