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I spent 10 minutes a couple months back and raised the front end of the Durango an inch and a half to level it with the back. Looks great and will be able to accomodate some larger tires someday but for now I'm sick of everyone flashing me at night to dim my headlights. There a couple of screws under the lights but before I start crankin 'em does anything else need loosening and which way should I turn? I think it's mostly my fog lights that are blinding oncoming traffic but I reckon they all need adjustment.

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The headlights is a small phillips head screw on the top right near the front of the lense. Turning right raises the light, while loosen/left lowers the light. Thats all you need to do. The bolts on the bottom just hold the light to the truck, they don't need to be touched. On the fogs, there is a bolt going up and down near the rear with a spring around it. Tightening that will lower your fogs, loosening will raise them.
 

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The headlights is a small phillips head screw on the top right near the front of the lense. Turning right raises the light, while loosen/left lowers the light. Thats all you need to do. The bolts on the bottom just hold the light to the truck, they don't need to be touched. On the fogs, there is a bolt going up and down near the rear with a spring around it. Tightening that will lower your fogs, loosening will raise them.
I have a 2006 durango and have failed to find any adjustment screws other than the one underneath next to the 2 bolts that fasten the headlight.
 

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Owners manual helps here people! For reference....
 

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I promise you it is in there! :rant:
 

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I spent 10 minutes a couple months back and raised the front end of the Durango an inch and a half to level it with the back. Looks great and will be able to accomodate some larger tires someday but for now I'm sick of everyone flashing me at night to dim my headlights. There a couple of screws under the lights but before I start crankin 'em does anything else need loosening and which way should I turn? I think it's mostly my fog lights that are blinding oncoming traffic but I reckon they all need adjustment.

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well my fog lights can't blind anyone... well i should say, fog light... but the ones that suck, are the chevy fog lights cause they seem hell of a lot brighter than their headlights
 
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