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Duh? The headlights on my 2015 Ranger XP is terrible. The high beam light up the roof from 25 feet away. Has anyone had the bad luck to experience this and what did you do to correct it?

I am just guessing but I think the front wheel cover needs to be removed to adjust them!

Any help would be appreciated.
 

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Duh? The headlights on my 2015 Ranger XP is terrible. The high beam light up the roof from 25 feet away. Has anyone had the bad luck to experience this and what did you do to correct it?

I am just guessing but I think the front wheel cover needs to be removed to adjust them!

Any help would be appreciated.
Remove the hood, on the side of the headlight, is a Phillips head screw.
Loosen the screw, adjust headlight, re tighten screw.
 

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By remove the hood I am guessing you mean the fender part of the hood?
 

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The headlights on my 2015 also light up the sky. I looked for the adjustment screw head with the hood off and couldn't find it. Let us know if you find it!
 

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By remove the hood I am guessing you mean the fender part of the hood?
No, the hood itself. Twist the hood release knobs, then remove the hood.
Then look on the side of the light housing (inside the hood), there is a Phillips head screw, inside the adjustment slot, on the side of the light assembly.
The screws are facing toward the center of the Ranger. There is only one screw per light.
 

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Wow! Sure makes a difference when I open my eyes and looked inside and found that Phillips head screw. Headlights are looking better need to wait for full dark to be able to see for sure. Thanks for the insight
 

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My 2015 Ranger 900 had its headlights pointed skyward. I adjusted them all the way down and am pleased at the light output. While the stock headlights don't compete with a good LED lightbar, I've had wheelers with way worse OEM headlights.
 

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I needed a 3/8" gap @ bottom of the head lights.
 
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