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How many times have you watched automotive how-to shows on cable TV and wondered how they make it look so easy, and where did they get all those expensive tools? If you're like most automotive enthusiasts, you don't have any of those awesome tools, let alone a lift in your garage.

To Chris Duke, host of the web TV show, iTunes podcast, and TV program Motorz, keeping how-to installations real for enthusiasts became his calling. By showing the average Joe how to install products on his vehicle using common tools he has in his garage, anyone can walk away from an episode having the confidence to go out and buy that product they always wanted on their ride and install it themselves.

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How to Aim Headlights

Posted March 09, 2010 12:01 AM by motorztv

It's so easy to walk into your local auto parts store and grab any ol' headlamp bulb when one burns out, or you just want to upgrade. But before visiting your local AutoZone, Kragen, Napa Auto Parts, Pep Boys, etc., make sure to watch this episode of Motorz.

In Episode 2 of Season 3, Motorz TV host Chris Duke explains how to install and properly aim vehicle headlamps. Chris begins by spanning the spectrum from stock headlamp bulbs to superbright high-intensity discharge (HID) lamps. He then shines the spotlight on some sweet aftermarket bulbs from Hella, which can be installed without running extra wires or relays.

Also in this episode, Motorz TV features the first-ever Letterz segment; the return of the Partz segment; and the introduction of the new Ridez segment, in which a viewer's ride is featured on the show.

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