Perfect ....this forum ROCKS!!!!
uh...you didn't really look at this thread before you posted, did you? :lol:a super-easy way.
GET A LONG, SKINNY, PHILIPS SCREWDRIVER...THERE IS A SMALL CAM DOWN A LONG TUNNEL THAT IS NEAR THE BOTTOM OF THE BACK OF THE HEADLIGHTS...YOU'LL NEED A FLASHLIGHT...STICK THE SCREWDRIVER DOWN THE HOLE, THEN TUNNEL, THEN TURN THE CAM TO ADJUST LIGHTS...IT'S SO EASY, IT'S ALMOST STUPID.
EMAIL ME IF YOU CAN'T FIGURE IT OUT.
Worked perfectly except for mine it was counterclockwise to go down.... Thx for sharing!!!STOP!!! Toyota would not require you to remove the grill assembly to adjust the elevation of your headlights. Maybe Lexxus but not TOYO. This is an SUV after all. I Installed My Rough Country Lift Last Week. There is a headlight adjustment channel on the top of the cover. It is a hole and you can actually see the bolt. All You Need Is A Long Flat Head Screwdriver. The bolt sits on a cam just like the one on a hose clamp. Turn it clockwise To Go Down, Counterclockwise To Go Up. Email Me If You Need Some Picks. This Is Only For The Elevation Alignment. I Am Afraid That If Yo Need To Adjust The Aim, you are screwed and would have to follow White Rim's direction. Believe Me, You Do Not Need To Take Off the Grill. You can actually see the channel on White Rim's diagram (top of "A" bolt). They would not put the channel unless you could use the channel. Remember, your baby was built in Japan not Detroit.......
i can move my lights up and down, but not side to side,,,,no left or right....the wheel or gear on top turns,, but no left or right.....any thoughtsI adjusted mine more than 11 notches and I didn't see any movement. How many teeth should I turn before you see movement???