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Old 10-01-18, 08:00 AM   #1
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The motor that adjusts the headlight of my car has loosened. It's just burring. Does anyone know if it's a big deal to change or fasten it? Tried to find some youtube videos, but I'm not sure if I have the right keywords.
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Hi

The motor that adjusts the headlight of my car has loosened. It's just burring. Does anyone know if it's a big deal to change or fasten it? Tried to find some youtube videos, but I'm not sure if I have the right keywords.
Haven't seen what the 307 uses, but if it's the same as on a 206 (and my previous Polo) the motor housing is loosened by first removing the electrical plug, then about 1/8 of a turn/twist) to unlock the motor from the light housing. Then pull back carefully on the reflector (remove the rear bulb cover) to get some room(slack for maneuvering the motor/axle, and angle the motor diagonally/sideways so the ball at the end of the moving rod can slip out of the channel it runs in on the back of the reflector.

Can be pretty fiddly work, so best done with the light off the car.

Mounting the motor is is the reverse.
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Old 11-01-18, 07:52 AM   #3
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ill give it a try and hope I have dexterity enough to do this :-)
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