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  • ok so whats the deal here

    With the shadow in the steps
    They are stock projectors on a 4runner and its driving me mad seeing it lol

    Any advice at correting it would be awesome. Could it just need a little tweak on the drivers side horizontally towards towards the passenger side


  • #2
    I dont see an issue. The projectors aren't that wide. It's how it is supposed to look.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by nubnubz3215 View Post
      I dont see an issue. The projectors aren't that wide. It's how it is supposed to look.
      Hmmm just seems off to me conpared to other 4runners of the same year that dont have that but you guys would know better then me thats for sure

      Thanks for the response time to lurk the eye candy in this site and see what opinions are posted in the mean time.

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      • #4
        Try parking a bit farther away from the wall.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by satrya View Post
          Try parking a bit farther away from the wall.
          agreed
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          • #6
            Wouldn't have mattered its the same at distance also

            Here I took some more at distance

            Showing the distance from wall

            Hard to pick it uo with camera phone but in person itsbthebsame as the first pic





            Zoomed in from inside car u can see it

            Last edited by tas0918; September 7th, 2013, 11:31 PM.

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            • #7
              It's just that the car doesnt have very good projectors and the light doesnt spread far enough along the top to reach the other step.

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              • #8
                the projectors just dont spread light wide. nothing wrong here
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                • #9
                  They look like typical halogen projectors, narrow

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                  • #10
                    To the OP - Using aftermarket bulbs? I am pretty sure it's a hotspot issue. Bulb is probably not aligned properly.

                    Originally posted by nubnubz3215 View Post
                    It's just that the car doesnt have very good projectors and the light doesnt spread far enough along the top to reach the other step.
                    That's the easy answer from your part. It's also a lot of BS. ANY projector, halogen or HID should have no problem lighting up to the other step. If you'll also notice, his passenger side projector goes MUCH further than the length to another step, so that pretty much invalidates what you posted lol.

                    Originally posted by michael.kozera View Post
                    the projectors just dont spread light wide. nothing wrong here
                    Something is wrong here. A projector should easily be able to light up 3ft in both directions from it's step.

                    Originally posted by gold94corolla View Post
                    They look like typical halogen projectors, narrow
                    How do you know they're halogens? I'm not familiar with the 4runners, but even so..
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by gold94corolla View Post
                      They look like typical halogen projectors, narrow
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by wireless View Post



                        That's the easy answer from your part. It's also a lot of BS. ANY projector, halogen or HID should have no problem lighting up to the other step. If you'll also notice, his passenger side projector goes MUCH further than the length to another step, so that pretty much invalidates what you posted lol.

                        If you actually look closely at the picture, the two projectors are the same. Get out a ruler if you need to.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by wireless View Post
                          Something is wrong here. A projector should easily be able to light up 3ft in both directions from it's step.

                          not if its halogen
                          Last edited by gold94corolla; September 8th, 2013, 02:08 AM. Reason: fixed quote
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by michael.kozera View Post
                            Something is wrong here. A projector should easily be able to light up 3ft in both directions from it's step.

                            not if its halogen
                            Was that meant to be a quote?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by nubnubz3215 View Post
                              Was that meant to be a quote?
                              It is now... I fixed it lol.

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