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post #31 of 35 (permalink) Old 02-10-2018, 12:15 PM
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I followed his instruction and did this yesterday. But you dont have to cut up the bridge, just remove the 3 torx crews, then you can easily remove the bridge.....
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post #32 of 35 (permalink) Old 02-10-2018, 03:01 PM
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I followed his instruction and did this yesterday. But you don't have to cut up the bridge, just remove the 3 torx screws, then you can easily remove the bridge.....
That's great, I'm glad it helped you!

I did not attempt to try and remove the bridge without cutting it up first (on my pre-facelift W211), as it did not look like there was enough clearance to lift it over the adjustment screw and the other member that tried, did not have any luck (maybe face lifted cars are different?).
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I just made the high beam adjustment, without cutting off the bridge from the low beam adjuster. I drilled a hole in the bridge to reach the high beam screw, removed the 3 torque screws holding the bridge in place, then pried the bridge up to disengage the mechanism. Made the the high beam adjustment, then put the bridge back in place. Will check my beam throw after dark.

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on a 06 E320 the WIS says adjustment of BiXenon with Active Curve is via Star, is this absolute?
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on a 06 E320 the WIS says adjustment of BiXenon with Active Curve is via Star, is this absolute?
Yes, that's correct. The fog lights and auxiliary high beams are the only lights you can manually aim on cars equipped with Bi-Xenons.
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