Originally Posted by DaveC155
Can anyone provide me with the "how to" for adjusting the point of aim on the headlights? I just spent 10 days on the road, and discovered that rather than illuminating the path ahead, my headlights showed me what I was about to hit directly in front of the bus. And, of course, the owners manual doesn't say a thing about headlights except how to turn them on.
What's with all the secrecy at THOR? Are they building these things for the government?
Mine was the same way couldn't see about 5ft in front of motor home,
I ended up adjusting mine on the way to Colorado we found a vacant parking lot with a old motel and parked facing it about 20 ft away and had my wife stand in front of left headlight to block it off and found the adjusting screw on rt side I think it was a 6mm socket I used and turned the headight up till it was about 4 or 5ft off the ground on the hotel and did the same thing to left side and there pretty close maybe a bit low still but way better then what I was doing following the tail lights of vehicles in front of me, I think they were set so low to compensate for pulling a trailer which would have had them too high.