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Carlbrainiac

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  • First Name
    Carl
  • Ford Model
    Focus Titanium X Estate 2ltr turbo
  • Ford Year
    2015
  • UK/Ireland Location
    Surrey

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  1. Haven't tried that yet. Always have them on auto. Could try it and see. Evertime I stop though the passenger one comes back centre. But a while after setting off its then back to pointing down and off to the kerb
  2. Is it possible to simply turn off the adaptive part of the headlights?
  3. Sending it in to my mates garage. See what he can do
  4. Is it possible to still safely close the bonnet and set the alarm if I remove the headlights, lock the car up and bring the head lights indoors to inspect them in warmth comfort and decent light as I dont have the luxury of a garage. I park on the street
  5. Yeah I will pull the headlights out when I get a moment. Cheers 👍
  6. Interesting. Hadn't considered after market option. Thank you 👍 Would these fit? https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F401901056393
  7. Interesting. Hadn't considered after market option. Thank you 👍
  8. Hey everyone. New to the forum with a cry for help if I may. I got my 2015 Ford Focus Titanium X on Finance 31st July 2018. In the service history it mentioned that there had been an issue with the adaptive headlights in the past. I didnt think much of this because I had assumed buying from a Ford dealer they would have carried out a multi point inspection and put any issues right. Less than a year after having the car sure enough I began having issues with odd head light behaviour. Then it went away for a bit. And now once again it has happened only this time they have now stopped
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