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Looks like i fell down the rabbit hole with my daily 2002 firebird. I got a lot of ideas for customization (widebody badassery, but that's for a later time) right now, im curious about the pop up headlights. I hate how bulbous and chunky they look when popped up, however i do like pop up headlights. I have an idea for a small 2 piece lightbar in place of the headlights. I would like to know if there's a way to adjust the end height of the motor. Like have it stop at an earlier area. That way i feel i'd keep the sleekness and have the ability to see at night.

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There is a manual turn screw that (in the event of a motor failure) you can leave the headlights up - which looks a little dorky driving around during the day. However, I'm not certain if that is what you are asking.

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