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Old 28-09-18, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default 307 2005+ Where is headlamp levelling motor

Can any-one tell me where the motor for the headlamp leveling is? Is it buried some-where inside the unit you cannot see, or is it visible from the outside?

Do headlights with electronic leveling via switch in the cabin also have the manual hex key adjustment on the outside of the headlamp units?

I've failed my MOT as the headlamp levelling does not work, the rotary switch in the cabin does seem to change voltage as it is changed but only upto 0.5v though I think I can only find a max of 0.5v input t the switch (seems low) but I would like to test the motors on the headlights but not sure if they should be visible looking into the engine bay?
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Old 28-09-18, 05:49 PM   #2
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Early headlights they were external but im sure the facelift ones are internal and cant be repaired if faulty
assume nothing check everything twice !!
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