are the headlights adjustable

Asked by Apr 17, 2014 at 11:41 AM about the 2014 Toyota Sienna XLE 7-Passenger Auto Access Seat

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

we find the headlights to be too low and it casts a line halfway up so that we can not see the oncomingg cars clearly

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The should be, have the dealership service station inspect them for you to see if they are at the proper level, since your still under warranty.

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they said that they could only adjust them 4 inches . not enough , still a problem seeing at night

293,755

The height is set legally so you don't blind oncoming traffic. Your van has HID headlights vs the old halogen headlights. They cast their light in a more direct line vs spread out. You will have to get used to it or a trip to the eye doctor is in order.

I have a van that is set up with a handicap ramp. To offset the additional rear weight, springs were replaced and the headlights shine very low. Any ideas? Maybe shim the lower headlight bolt?

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