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the Xenon assembly feels loose if you remove the rear cover. I've aimed them correctly, but there's a little play with the whole Xenon projector. I noticed it while going over bumps. It jiggles a bit. Anyone know how to tighten this? I don't think it's related to the 6 mm adjustment knobs. I think it's related to how the Xenon attaches to the adjustable base.

2006 Mazdaspeed. Just picked up Saturday. I can bring it to the dealer, but if it's a simple fix....
 

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i believe it's normal... i dont know why, but just look/drive at some HID-equipped cars and when you are driving on a bad road, you'll see how it kinda shakes as opposed to going up and down firmly.... dont know how to say this.. lol
 

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My right headlight does the same thing. I only noticed it after I installed my HIDs. I asked the dealer bout replacing the headlamp housing and they told me that it was normal, but due to the fact that I installed after market HID's they wont cover it under warranty..
 

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the Xenon assembly feels loose if you remove the rear cover. I've aimed them correctly, but there's a little play with the whole Xenon projector. I noticed it while going over bumps. It jiggles a bit. Anyone know how to tighten this? I don't think it's related to the 6 mm adjustment knobs. I think it's related to how the Xenon attaches to the adjustable base.

2006 Mazdaspeed. Just picked up Saturday. I can bring it to the dealer, but if it's a simple fix....[/b]
Mines does the same thing, I guess maybe it's the 6 or just a normal HID thing. :cool:
 

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it is the auto leveling function of the headlights[/b]
i dont think our car comes with the auto levelling... the MS6 has 3-step manual levelling.... and HID-equipped car wont adjust the levelling that fast... they auto level prob when the car is not levelled (up/down hill).
 
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