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I normally give my self a cars length from the wall and set the head lamp around 3'6". It is judgement call on your part. You want to be able to see but when you pull up behinda car your not blinding the driver in his mirror.

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Complete the following steps and refer to the accompanying illustrations in order to adjust the headlamp aim:
1. Ensure that the headlamps are a distance of 7.6 m (25 ft) away from the wall.

2. Mark a vertical line on the wall. Align the vertical line with the center line of the vehicle.
3. Mark a horizontal line on the wall. Ensure that the distance of the line to the floor is equal to the distance from the center of the headlamp aim dot to the floor.

4. Using the following components, ensure that the following specifications match the specifications in the illustrations:
^ The zero set access hole (10).
^ The zero set meter (11).

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Hi Larry, the correct procedure for adjusting a head light is as follows:
1. Verify correct tire inflation.
2. Place motorcycle on a level floor or pavement in an area with minimal light.
3. Point the front of the motorcycle towards a screen or wall witch is 25 feet from the axle of the front wheel.
4. Draw a horizontal line that is exactly the same height above the floor as the floor is to the center of the head light.
5. Have a person whose weight is roughly the same as that of the principal rider sit on the motorcycle seat. The weight of the rider will compress the suspension slightly.
6. Stand the motorcycle upright with both tires resting on the floor and with the front wheel held in straight alignment pointing forward.
7. Turn the Ignition/Light Key Switch to Ignition. Set the Light Switch on the left handlebar to High Beam.
8. Check the light beam for proper height alignment. The center of the main beam of light should be even with the horizontal line on the screen or wall.
9. Check the light beam for proper lateral alignment. The main beam of light should directed straight ahead i.e. equal area of light to the right and left of center.

Aug 08, 2012 | 2009 Harley Davidson FLHTCU Ultra Classic...

Hi Anonymous, the correct procedure for adjusting a head light is as follows:
1. Verify correct tire inflation.
2. Place motorcycle on a level floor or pavement in an area with minimal light.
3. Point the front of the motorcycle towards a screen or wall witch is 25 feet from the axle of the front wheel.
4. Draw a horizontal line that is exactly the same height above the floor as the floor is to the center of the head light.
5. Have a person whose weight is roughly the same as that of the principal rider sit on the motorcycle seat. The weight of the rider will compress the suspension slightly.
6. Stand the motorcycle upright with both tires resting on the floor and with the front wheel held in straight alignment pointing forward.
7. Turn the Ignition/Light Key Switch to Ignition. Set the Light Switch on the left handlebar to High Beam.
8. Check the light beam for proper height alignment. The center of the main beam of light should be even with the horizontal line on the screen or wall.
9. Check the light beam for proper lateral alignment. The main beam of light should directed straight ahead i.e. equal area of light to the right and left of center.

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Hi Schnauzersru, the correct procedure for adjusting a head light is as follows:
1. Verify correct tire inflation.
2. Place motorcycle on a level floor or pavement in an area with minimal light.
3. Point the front of the motorcycle towards a screen or wall witch is 25 feet from the axle of the front wheel.
4. Draw a horizontal line that is exactly the same height above the floor as the floor is to the center of the head light.
5. Have a person whose weight is roughly the same as that of the principal rider sit on the motorcycle seat. The weight of the rider will compress the suspension slightly.
6. Stand the motorcycle upright with both tires resting on the floor and with the front wheel held in straight alignment pointing forward.
7. Turn the Ignition/Light Key Switch to Ignition. Set the Light Switch on the left handlebar to High Beam.
8. Check the light beam for proper height alignment. The center of the main beam of light should be even with the horizontal line on the screen or wall.
9. Check the light beam for proper lateral alignment. The main beam of light should directed straight ahead i.e. equal area of light to the right and left of center.

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INSPECTION

Verify correct front and rear tire pressure, put the motorcycle on a level floor or pavement area with minimum light, put the motorcycle 25 ft (7.6 m) away from a screen or wall measuring the distance from directly below the front axle to the base of the screen/wall, draw a horizontal line 35 in. (0.9 m) above the floor on the screen/wall, load the motorcycle with a rider, and passenger and any cargo normally on the bike when it is in use so that the weight will compress the motorcycle suspension as it would be in normal use, stand the motorcycle upright as it would be when being ridden i.e. with both tires resting on the floor or pavement and with the front wheel oriented in straight forward alignment, turn ignition the switch ON, set the handlebar headlamp switch to the HIGH beam position and then check the light beam for proper alignment. The main beam, which is a broad, flat pattern of light, should be centered equally above and below the horizontal line on the wall or screen with the light beam pointed straight ahead and when properly adjusted the headlamp will project an equal area of light to both the right and the left of center. Adjust if necessary to obtain the foregoing light pattern and placement.

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Loosen the horizontal adjusting bolt so you can adjust the headlamp beam side to side, loosen the vertical adjusting bolt so you can adjust the headlamp up or down, align the headlamp to obtain the desired pattern on the screen or wall, tighten the bolts and recheck the alignment and light focus pattern.

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Locate a vertical surface to reflect the headlights against. This can be a wall or a darkly painted sheet of plywood set up on its side.

Park the vehicle on a level surface 10 feet away from the wall or darkly painted sheet of plywood. The vehicle must be positioned so that its centerline intersects the wall or plywood sheet at a 90-degree angle.

Determine the centerline of the vehicle and draw a vertical line corresponding to it on the wall.

Push up and down on the front of the vehicle until the suspension begins to rock. Then allow the suspension to settle. This will ensure that the headlights are at the correct height.

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NOTE: Consult your state's vehicle inspection manual for recommended tolerance ranges for visual aiming.
1. NOTE: The sight shield may need to be positioned or removed for access to the adjusters.
• Check the tire inflation.
• Check that no other load is in the vehicle other than a half tank of gas.
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• Check for correct headlamp operation.
• Check that the vehicle is on level ground.
• If the vehicle is equipped with air suspension, make sure the switch is on.
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