I think this is it Dennis, http://www.124spider.org/forum/26-e...3-led-vs-halogen-headlight-performance-5.html with the info that jpwfz6 posted and pics, but when I contacted Good-Win about the adjusting thingy they have, they said it won't work on the 124 Haven't been able to find one yet so thinking about doing what you did.http://rev9autosport.com/blog/how-to-adjust-headlights-on-the-nd-2016-mx-5-miata/. That's not it. I'll keep looking
Who carries the adjustment arm you found for $70? The drilling thing is becoming more and more viableSome one posted pictures of the leveling arm on the driver side rear end. There is a adjustment arm you can buy but they are 70 bucks. I did what he did and drilled a new hole on the bottom part of the axel piece. Let me take a pic
I posted the instructions and photos on the other thread about how to adjust the height of the headlight beam on the 124. And yes, as far as I can tell it is the same as the setup for the mx-5. That is it uses an arm connected to the left rear suspension to determine the height that the headlights should be at.Still no clear answer, thanks for those that tried. Wonder if anyone have their whole headlamp out, could get a few shot and figure it out.
If the 124 height module is like the ND MX5, that's a pita. What happened to the adjustable knob built into headlights? Guess I need to find the time and see if I can tackle the headlight problem.