They're inside the hood above the headlight position. Are they for
adjusting the headlights someway? I don't have an owners manual but
the drivers side level seems to indicate it points down more than the
one on the passenger side, which is what headlights should do.
Just funnin' with you. The key word is "level" ground. The car, sitting on
its wheels, will be parallel to the ground whether it's level ground or on a
hill. Perpendicular would have the car resting on one of its bumpers or
either side. Of course, it could also be parallel if it was resting on its
It's really tough to write a 'spec' that isn't subject to some
interpretation. When I wrote perpendicular, my (internal) frame of
reference was the mean gravitational center of the oblate spheroid on
which we all reside. :)
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