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      2019 Pilot EX-L AWD, 265-60-18 Defender LTX M/S
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      Do the wall check with a tape measure. I think I posted somewhere but basically flat area 25-30 feet from wall. Measure at the vehicle where cutoff is on light (example 37"). put some tape or just measure light at wall you should be 1-2" lower at that cutoff (35"-36"). I use the lower stepped portion on both. I cover the other light while doing that. Works the same for the fog lights. If you regularly carry loads or tow but are not while aiming you might want to go a bit more. That will give you the best distance available. If you find you still get flashed often then you can tweak 1/4-1/2 turn until you are happy with distance and flashing.

      I think I use this 8" screwdriver from home depot. I'll confirm tomorrow. Even with that I need to remove the front trim panel in engine to reach the screws. On the Panel it has the hole and has arrows for U and D. Mine were high, I aimed to the 2" drop. With 5 people in the car it was still high based on driving along a concrete barrier. I just turned it down a 1/2 turn. We'll see soon. I wasn't getting flashed even then but wasn't happy with them aimed up when loaded.

      The fog light holes don't have the U-D I forgot which way is down. Screws are real hard to see with screwdriver in there but flashlight through wheel well openings while looking through another works unless you want to remove stuff.

      Misaimed LEDs are tough. I even want to tap my brights often but most are on low beam as they actually get closer.
       
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      2019 Pilot EX-L AWD, 265-60-18 Defender LTX M/S
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      I think I use this 8" screwdriver from home depot. I'll confirm tomorrow. Even with that I need to remove the front trim panel in engine to reach the screws. On the Panel it has the hole and has arrows for U and D. Mine were high, I aimed to the 2" drop. With 5 people in the car it was still high based on driving along a concrete barrier. I just turned it down a 1/2 turn. We'll see soon. I wasn't getting flashed even then but wasn't happy with them aimed up when loaded.
      Confirmed on the Screwdriver. You can keep it in the back and adjust as needed. $8.47 plus tax vs. $160/hr plus tax.
       

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