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post #1 of 4 Old 01-24-2012, 04:56 PM Thread Starter
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Fog lights wont adjust?

Hey guys...when I bought my truck, one of the fog lights was pointing way up and one was not far below it. When i turn the adjustment screw...I can only get them down to the point that they are about 2" above the normal headlight line of light (pointing at a garage)...and if I try to get them lower it just clicks. Anyone had this problem? My fog lights light up street signs lol...and I assume in fog they wouldn't do any good since they basically act as brights.

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Im shooting from the hip here but I never heard my fog lights make a clicking sound when backing the screw out. Is there any issues with the fog light bracket? I removed my stock bumper for a Ranch Hand so i put my fogs on it. I had to take the fog lights out of the brackets to mount in the new RH. I will check out the brackets here after while and see if I notice anything.....

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I have the same little issue now with fog lights. Youd swear i was coon hunting they shine so much higher than my headlights. LOL. Just havent got around to adjusting. Where exactly is the bracket screws to adjust them???
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They're in the center on the back of the foglight. I ended up just taking the adjustment screw all the way out, chuckin the screw, and putting in two nuts and two washers on each screw and they are aligned perfectly!
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