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Hi WKD_espace, it could be also be that the cables have siezed (very common) ... disconnect them at the headlight end then fire loads of WD40 or similar down the inner cable and manually work the dash knob ... if really bad then you may need to replace them. Also check the headlight piviot points as they are also prone to sieze and as noel suggested the lamp actuators.
hope it helps
Why is it the older I get .... the better I think I was ?
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Clio2 1.4RT Phase1(VF1BB0S) + Volvo XC90 SE Lux D5 Geartronic