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Headlight Level Adjuster for MX5-ND
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Headlight Level Adjuster

2016-2020

PART NUMBER: 61-1888

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Price: $49.00

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Price: $49.00

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FREE SHIPPING

Free shipping offers apply only to destinations within US Lower 48.

DESCRIPTION

If you've decided to lower your car...you need to adjust your headlights. Most modern vehicles leave the factory with in cabin headlight level adjustment. To save every ounce, Mazda chose to omit that feature from the ND generation MX-5.

When you lower the car the headlights are no longer aimed properly. With the headlight level adjuster you'll be able to replace the factory plastic link and properly adjust the headlights on your lowered MX-5. Only one needed per car.

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Headlight Level Adjuster

So far I have loved everything from Good-Win, but this is my first disappointment. First, the jam nuts seemed to be glued on with a clear adhesive that cracked off when I went to loosen them and made it very difficult get them loose. Much more difficult than standard loctite and made adjustment more difficult then needed. Ended up pulling it apart and cleaning all of the crap out of the threads and then used blue loctite.

Next, since I used the progressive race springs with the stock bilstein shocks, my car did not lower much, but I figured I would add this on just in case I needed to adjust or wanted to lower the car further down the road. Unfortunately, there are not enough threads to make the link even as long as the stock part, so with my minimal drop I couldn't even use the item. Ended up just putting the stock item back on.

Finally, the whole unit appears to be made of basic, inexpensive parts you could get from Ace Hardware, so $50 feels overpriced.

On a positive note, Sean was awesome in responding to my forum post and provided excellent installation instructions.

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