How to adjust the headlights on a Chevrolet Cobalt
Chevy introduced the Cobalt in 2005. Although the appearance of exterior changes for different models, Chevy uses standard parts on items like headlight adjustments. If you find your headlights illuminate the trees rather than the road, any do-it-yourself fan can make the necessary adjustments
1. Prepare your Chevy Cobalt to adjust your headlights. Park the car on a level surface 15 to 25
feet away from a wall door or garage. For best results, check that the air pressure in the tires
corresponds to the level at which you usually drive.
2. Open the hood and locate the headlight adjustment screws. Chevy places these
near the projector blocks. The low beam setting also adjusts your main beam.
If this does not solve your problem, you may need to remove the headlight and
chock to adjust the trajectory of the trajectory.
3. Measure from the crossover point to the ground and mark this measurement on the wall. You can draw a line on the wall equal to the width of the Chevy Cobalt to indicate the correct setting.
4.Make sure the headlights are on and use a 6 mm socket wrench to adjust the screws. You adjust
each headlight individually. Look at the path path on the wall and turn the screws in the right
direction to move the path until it matches your line on the wall.