To properly aim your Euros, read the section at: http://lighting.mbz.org/tech/how_to/aim/
I believe they say to aim them on low beam only.
Also, is it possible that the low beam filament is burned out on one side? This wouldn't affect the high beam pattern, but you would see a difference in the low beam light. It could be a defective bulb as well. Try swapping bulbs from left to right. If the problem follows the bulb, it is a bulb problem. If it stays with the same headlight regardless of the bulb, it is a wiring or connector problem. If it goes away completely, it is dirty contacts or a sloppy connector.
[Edited by JCE on 12-20-2000 at 01:24 AM]
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