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Hey everyone I just picked up a 2007 ES350... the headlight bulbs went out (H7 halogen) so I bought some replacements.. When I re-installed them the beam of light seems to spread a lot. I barely get any light on the ground.
I've never dealt with a car that had spacers/adapters. And I don't really remember how the bulb came out..
When I put the new bulbs in i had the tab facing down, closed the pin behind the bulb, inserted the spacer/adapter with the rubber boot on it.. then plugged it back up.. is that correct?
I've heard that the spacer/adapter should go on the bulb and then the pin should hold the both together..
The bulb is a bit loose, so i'm not sure..
Thanks for the help in advance!
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