may have missed the idea looks like you have a connector?
OP can you post a pic of the rear of the lamps to see where the hex adjustment screws are.
If they're there and i've no reason to think that they're not, then it's the easiest/cheapest solution.
If you try and anchor the internal part of the lamp, how will you know it's within spec?
They wanted to break the "repair at home mentality" and it seems it worked.
hardly anyone fixes anything these days, barely ever see people working on their cars outside like you would in the 90s.
people would rather just pay someone else even if it's simple like replacing an oven element...
undo 3-4 screws + a connector, swap out part, put things back how they were = too much trouble we need a professional
if the mondeo doesn't have a left kick-up, yours doesn't appear to, then it's just the height that matters 850mm -2.75% -> +0.5% , which you can measure, parked on the level, against a wallBTW this is my beam pattern - all look ok for MOT?
I'd like to know if stop-start use of batteries really diminishes their life too (and replacement cost offsets the fuel saving) .... but, I would be asking around work colleagues to share coding devices.My car is 10 years old and a new battery needs coding in