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Is there any adjustment for the headlamps when towing or loaded down? I blinding everyone when towing at night. Thought a truck this pricey would auot adjustment or something.

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There's a hole on top of the headlight area, through the plastic cover, look in there and there'll be a Phillips head screw, just turn it left or right and it will raise/lower the headlight beams

 

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I think the op was asking about an auto adjust which unfortunately doesn't have. If you lower the headlights and adjust for towing with a load, when there's no load the aim will be too low. Maybe lower them a little and find the happy medium. I go to my local post office on a level slab and use the brick mortar joints as a guide to get them level. Turn a little to lower then test drive. This is what I've done for many years on my trucks.

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thx guys. Yeah turning them down manually would be a pain in the rump. will try not to tow at night I guess

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It's not that bad really.  Go a 1/2 turn on each and try it.

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If one turn down is to low when your not towing, maybe you should be really looking into something that will assist your rear from sagging so much.

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Too much tongue weight. Maybe a Timbren kit?

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