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Need help with headlight adjustment on touring model. Is it easy to do it by yourself?:confused2:
 

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level ground find the adjustments located on the top and back. Also there is a thread already on this that can be searched. if tagged right.
 

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Need help with headlight adjustment on touring model. Is it easy to do it by yourself?<img src="http://www.triumphrat.net/images/smilies/confused.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Confused" class="inlineimg" />
Theres a bolt on top to raise and lower the touring lights
Silver one on top in the pic i posted

Dont overturn either way and pop it out
 

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Thank you and also can it be turn left or right or it just up and down?

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I Suggest to mark b4 ever turning so if you do make a mistake you got a reference point.
 

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Thank you and also can it be turn left or right or it just up and down?

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The adjustment is just the vertical for the LEDs. My LEDs where set from factory way too high. Even on the low beam during snow storms it would blind me before the adjustment. Per the dealer's tech, I just used a big Phillips screw driver as a "gear" to turn the adjustment gear- i.e. kinda like a transmission gears. I did not adjust the bolt nor turn the bolt. Hope that is clear
 

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Thank you. That is exactly what i wanted to read. Mine headlight aim too high and to the right

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