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My right headlamp is higher than my right, so need to adjust. Looking in the manual, it is a little confusing how high the beams should be. I am attaching the diagram. Am I just missing something here?
 

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superdelish said:
My right headlamp is higher than my right, so need to adjust. Looking in the manual, it is a little confusing how high the beams should be. I am attaching the diagram. Am I just missing something here?
Looks like it's the height from the floor to the center of your headlamp bulb.
 

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Doh!!!!! :jester:

OK, the best I could do for you, I measured mine and they look like approx. 37.5". (Mine are aligned by the way!)

Hope this will do until someone with the know how can give you the accurate number.
 

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superdelish said:
My right headlamp is higher than my right, so need to adjust. Looking in the manual, it is a little confusing how high the beams should be. I am attaching the diagram. Am I just missing something here?
It is confusing. It would be easier if they just printed H height. Instead I believe you can get the correct aiming with those dimensions because the 53.2 mm dim and 13.3 mm dim will only exist when the H value is set correctly( trigonometry). In other words measure the beam pattern and adjust till you get the 53.2 mm and 13.3 mm values. Once you do the H will be set properly. Unless I'm totally missing something :eh:

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Dimension "H" is a measurement you physically have to measure. It assures your truck is level when adjusting the lamps. If you measure (just an example) 3'-0" from the ground to the actual haedlight center, then 25' away on the screen, the beam should be at 3'-0"...then your truck is level. Then the "Allowable vertical Aiming Area" should be between 2.094" below the measured "H" and .5" above "H". That is the way I see it from an engineers point of view.
 

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Dimension "H" is a measurement you physically have to measure. It assures your truck is level when adjusting the lamps. If you measure (just an example) 3'-0" from the ground to the actual haedlight center, then 25' away on the screen, the beam should be at 3'-0"...then your truck is level. Then the "Allowable vertical Aiming Area" should be between 2.094" below the measured "H" and .5" above "H". That is the way I see it from an engineers point of view.

After reading my own post...I see it doesn't make sense :boxing: . If your lights need adjusting. then it will not ensure your truck is level. However, once your truck is parked on level ground (or as close as possible). Then take your measurement for "H" on the actual headlight. Then adjust your headlight so that the light is shining with in the "allowable vertical aiming area" 25' away. Sorry for the confusion.
 

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That diagram is a not a Tian

If I'm not mistaken, the diagram is of a Frontier and not a Titan. I wouldn't use the measurements from our little brother.

My right headlight is also aimed too high and have just decided to let the dealer handle it on the 30 day checkup they have lined up for me. Good luck!
 

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Red said:
If I'm not mistaken, the diagram is of a Frontier and not a Titan. I wouldn't use the measurements from our little brother.

My right headlight is also aimed too high and have just decided to let the dealer handle it on the 30 day checkup they have lined up for me. Good luck!
Actually the photo of the frontier is a little odd, but that's what it shows in the Titan manual. I was at the dealer the other day and inquired about the headlight settings and sure enough it had a picture of the frontier in the Titan service manual.
 
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