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Old 03-27-2006, 07:26 AM   #11
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Yep...turning them clockwise, just like tightening...well...a nut, which they are. I have turned them clockwise as far as they will go w/o forcing them. Yet, if I push in on the bottom of the light assembly - against the spring - it seems like there is almost 1/2" left on the adjusting screw. But that nut is just getting so tight.

Another question...the socket that plugs into the new light...is that a dealer item? I am missing one.

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Are you missing the oem weather proof socket with harness for one of the fog lights? Was it cut off? You can get them at GM dealers for about $15-20.
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