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    I am looking to solve the mounting issue on my lh ds driving light.

    Attached a photo of the back of the light that i have removed.
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    Does anyone have a photo or picture of the way in which these lights are retained and adjusted?

    I'm not sure the rh side is setup properly either so reluctant to use that as a guide.

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    Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arekisir View Post
    I am looking to solve the mounting issue on my lh ds driving light.

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    Does anyone have a photo or picture of the way in which these lights are retained and adjusted?

    I'm not sure the rh side is setup properly either so reluctant to use that as a guide.

    Thanks
    Alex
    The diagrams in the parts catalogue #648 are a good guide, but as a pictorial Citrothello is hard to beat. . .
    It concentrates more on the turning lights but does show the fastenings for the main lights, an adjustable rod ball and nylon socket arrangement.
    Rafraichissement des phares directionnels DS 68/75. | Citrothello

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    As Chris says, manual 648 offers a bit of help. Get hold of volume 2. Section 5 page 541 is for some parts diagrams
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