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Old 03-31-2019, 07:11 PM   #1
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Monogram Headlights - Missing cutoff adjustment part?

Hey everyone, first time posting here so please forgive me if Im posting in the wrong place. I recently bought some monogram headlights online to replace my base model headlights with. They are in great condition and i thought they only needed new wiring harness (SU00304316) and ballasts. Im looking at them today, and there is a part that seems to be pretty loose, and directly connected to the projector. After looking at the same headlights on ebay to compare it with, it appears the entire cutoff adjustment piece is gone. Correct me if I am wrong but I believe that is the part that is missing (see photos). Does anyone with monogram headlights know if the headlights I have will still work? Is there a part number for this piece? The lights I have are off of a RS2. Was really excited for these Im hoping they can still be installed. See photos for reference

Ebay Example:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/zukrv8knet..._2407.jpg?dl=0

Photo of projector which is loose:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/o9ziahrvzp..._2404.JPG?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/q52tje71ky..._2403.JPG?dl=0

Piece that will not connect, where cutoff appears to be on ebay photo. Right next to ballast.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/ams3yclz7q..._2402.JPG?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/s3f5w1n46i..._2401.JPG?dl=0
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this should be the piece you're looking for. all the common lingo of the part is in the discription. it's a headlamp adjuster/leveler

https://www.ebay.com/itm/OEM-Subaru-...QAAOSwvhxb8FRh
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Thanks so much - I'll look into that part you suggested. Im trying to figure out what the grey knob thats currently on there is for or if it was put there as a placeholder. It doesnt quite fit into the hole where the gasket is even though it almost looks as if it could.

Edit: It turns out the knob is off of the back of the spec d lights. Im guessing the previous owner or whoever installed his lights, adapted the oem leveler to his spec D lights, and then put that knob on these as a placeholder.

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Could be. Anything goes with used stuff
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**** I have the same issue. I'm going to buy the BRZ headlamp adjuster/leveler. I bought used JDM headlights and it came with the manual headlamp adjuster/leveler that does not look to fit either.
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**** I have the same issue. I'm going to buy the BRZ headlamp adjuster/leveler. I bought used JDM headlights and it came with the manual headlamp adjuster/leveler that does not look to fit either.
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