jaraczs wrote:Pertaining to this thread are EU headlights that HAVE to be height adjustable. The NA version does not have it although in some parts of this forum, people were exploring this. Apparently, portions of the mechanism in headlight assembly is still present there.
Here is a photo of my car:
From the manual:
1.The headlamp leveling switch increases the resistance as it is turned from 0 to 4. Turning the headlamp leveling switch changes the voltage at point A. When the headlamp leveling switch is turned from 0 to 4, the voltage at point A decreases. Upon detection of this voltage change, the headlamp leveling unit turns the motor to lower the beam direction. At this time, the resistance of the variable resistor in the headlamp assembly changes, and the voltage at point B decreases gradually. When the voltages at points A and B become equal, the headlamp leveling unit stops the motor.
2.Turning the headlamp leveling switch from 4 to 0 increases the voltage at point A, and then the headlamp leveling unit turns the motor in the direction opposite to that mentioned in Item 1, increasing the voltage at point B. When the voltages at points A and B become equal, the headlamp leveling unit stops the motor.
3.The headlamp leveling unit detects voltage changes caused by headlamp leveling switch operation, and turns the motor to change the directions of the headlamp reflectors for the adjustment of the headlamp beam direction.
The first step might be to trace the pinion gear cable. It might go to the dashboard near the switch location. The next step might be to make a parts list. Would any of these needed parts be in USA savage yards?