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Re: Seicento sporting lights

https://m.autodoc.co.uk/tyc/1502715
Swipe left to 4th and 5th pictures and you will see the manual adjuster mechanism in place of the electric motor
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They were definitely electric jackwhoo but thank you for your help
Yes sorry I amended my post
I'm still on it
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Re: Seicento sporting lights

https://m.autodoc.co.uk/abakus/7760385

Swipe left to 2nd and third pic to see manual adjuster not yet fitted to head light.

The head light in this link fits hydraulic adjust, electric adjust or use the manual adjuster and use head light as is.

Something like this would get your mum's car through it's C T

And appears to be a cheap solution
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Quote Originally Posted by jackwhoo View Post
https://m.autodoc.co.uk/abakus/7760385

Swipe left to 2nd and third pic to see manual adjuster not yet fitted to head light.

The head light in this link fits hydraulic adjust, electric adjust or use the manual adjuster and use head light as is.

Something like this would get your mum's car through it's C T

And appears to be a cheap solution
I've ordered a pair of cheap punto motors for them. Half the problem is I'm in the UK trying to sort this out and I'm getting all the info third party. But thank you so much for all your help. It is truly appreciated.
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Re: Seicento sporting lights

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I've ordered a pair of cheap punto motors for them. Half the problem is I'm in the UK trying to sort this out and I'm getting all the info third party. But thank you so much for all your help. It is truly appreciated.
Good on you for doing this for your mum, I wonder if she thinks it is easy for you?
If the punto motors.

Someone is going to have fun trying to fit the adjuster motors to headlamps that have been fixed in place! Luckily that will be happening in France
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