Can't seem to find any info on aiming the headlights. When I changed bulbs a couple months back, the aiming is not ideal. Rather than just fiddling with it blindly, I thought I'd ask.
This utube shows the adjustment, Not something you could figure out easily! What I have been unable to find are the measurements for the headlight alignment. I suppose the beams should be the same distance apart as the bulbs but the vertical alignment is more of a problem. Any suggestions?Kip,
It seems like headlight aiming is one of those items that didn't make it from the Ducato to the Promaster.
If you had a Ducato, you would just push the buttons on the dash to adjust up and down. Sounds like a good idea. It was designed to change headlight aiming depending on load weight.
Then again, some of the posts I read suggested issues with leaking hydraulics that worked the system.
Sorry, no help... (talk about a useless reply >)
The video I posted showed the bottom mounting bolt as the horizontal adjustment. Not so on my 2015 3500. It is the top mounting bolt that has an oversized hole. Very high tech!. I pushed on the face of the headlight assembly, after loosening the bolt, to see how much movement there was and the tab holding the bolt to the unit broke off. Cheesy build!. My headlights are so diffused I couldn't find a 'hotspot'. the bulbs are new so I don't know what my problem is, aside from a broken headlight unit.I used a YouTube video on adjusting headlights and used a 4x6 board with tape to mark the height of both headlights from level ground. I then measured the distance (20 or 25'?) in front of the van and turned on the headlights. I moved the marked board the distance above and then adjusted the top screw to move the beam to just below the marked taped. I did this for both sides as my motorhome had weighted down the rear springs and I was shinning my lights into oncoming traffic. No more problems of high beams.