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Sierra fog light adjustment

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Installed the GM fog lights on my '19 Sierra a few weeks back, and had the dealer flash to enable them.  I forgot to look where the vertical adjustment screw is located. Now that they're mounted, it's tough to see. Can anyone help me out where the adjustment is?

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They are. I’ll try and explain to the best I can without pictures....


Remove all the screws on the FWD section of the wheel well felt. It’s best to have the steering full to the side you’re adjusting as once the screws are removed you pull AFT the wheel well felt and tuck it behind the steering knuckle.

There’s an adjusting screw (Phillips) that’s facing down on the back side of the assembly. Adjust as you wish and simply put the felt back in place and fasten.


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Ah, the hole at the bottom, looks like it might be a drain. Couldn't see up in the hole. Thanks!

 

 

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