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Old 07-09-2011, 04:35 AM
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2011 Super Duty Headlight Adjustment

I just had my dealer do the 2" to 4" rear axle block swap and now my headlights are too low. Does anyone know where the adjuster is located. The adjusters on my 2006 used to be the 5 or 6 sided shaft but I don't see anything like that on my 2011.

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As you stand in front of the truck and look down at the headlight assy, on the back of the assy towards the radiator side of the assy you will see that adj screw.
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Thanks! Found it. After doing somemore reading on here a thread said the procedure was listed in the owners manual. Calls for a #2 Philips screwdriver.

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