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Has anyone figured out where the adjustment screw/nut is to adjust the HID headlight, specifically with vertical height? I replaced the original HID bulbs with LEDs this weekend and the light output difference is great; however, I still have the issue that the headlights don't really project down the road, mostly just on it. I can't tell you how many suvs, let alone passenger cars I've pulled up next to and compared the headlight line on the vehicles in front of us to see that it was noticeably lower than theirs. I'm certainly not trying to annoy/blind drivers like some modifications people make to their vehicles and don't realign their lights. I drive to work and home when it's dark out and would prefer better sight doing so. I'd appreciate any help or insight anyone can shed on this
 

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I have a 2019 Blazer. You have described precisely the issue with this car. The headlights are mounted too low to be effective. Too, the style of lights are a problem. The only minor improvement I've found is to install a $60 adapter inline to the DRLs which keeps them bright while the headlights are on. They add a little more scattered light. The adapter is available on ebay.
 

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Has anyone figured out where the adjustment screw/nut is to adjust the HID headlight, specifically with vertical height? I replaced the original HID bulbs with LEDs this weekend and the light output difference is great; however, I still have the issue that the headlights don't really project down the road, mostly just on it. I can't tell you how many suvs, let alone passenger cars I've pulled up next to and compared the headlight line on the vehicles in front of us to see that it was noticeably lower than theirs. I'm certainly not trying to annoy/blind drivers like some modifications people make to their vehicles and don't realign their lights. I drive to work and home when it's dark out and would prefer better sight doing so. I'd appreciate any help or insight anyone can shed on this
For me I used a flashlight and poked around in the engine bay, look down towards the lights you are looking for a little plastic cone with a Phillips head shape inside it. That adjusts the vertical. I’m outta town right now to snap pics but can get some when I get home on Monday. I had issues with them being too high and people constantly flashing me. Got em dialed in now and they’re good.
 

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For me I used a flashlight and poked around in the engine bay, look down towards the lights you are looking for a little plastic cone with a Phillips head shape inside it. That adjusts the vertical. I’m outta town right now to snap pics but can get some when I get home on Monday. I had issues with them being too high and people constantly flashing me. Got em dialed in now and they’re good.
I would like a photo to see what your talking about!
 
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