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Nissan Rogue Service Manual: Periodic maintenance

HEADLAMP AIMING ADJUSTMENT

Inspection

PREPARATION BEFORE ADJUSTING

Before performing aiming adjustment, check the following:

CAUTION: Do not use organic solvent (thinner, gasoline etc.)

NOTE:

AIMING ADJUSTMENT SCREW

Aiming adjustment screw

  1. Front combination lamp (view from rear)
  2. Headlamp HI/LO (UP/DOWN) adjustment screw

Aiming Adjustment Procedure

Aiming Chart

Aiming Chart

  1. Adjustment screen
  2.  Highest cutoff line height
  3.  Lowest cutoff line height
  4.  Headlamp bulb center (H-V point)
  5. Distance of headlamp aiming screen from vehicle 7.62 m (25 ft)
  6.  Maximum aim evaluation distance from vertical center on aiming screen 399 mm (3°R)
  7.  Minimum aim evaluation distance from vertical center on aiming screen 133 mm (1°R)
  8.  Aim evaluation area
  9. Horizontal aiming evaluation line
  10. Vertical aiming evaluation line

Right

A (Highest cutoff line height) -13.3 mm (0.5 in) 0.1° up
B (Lowest cutoff line height) 53.2 mm (2.1 in) 0.4° down

LOW BEAM AND HIGH BEAM

NOTE:

  1.  Use adjustment screw to perform aiming adjustment.
  1.  Block the opposite headlamp from projecting a beam pattern onto the adjustment screen, using a suitable object. Aim each headlamp individually.

    CAUTION: Do not cover the lens surface with a tape etc. The lens is made of resin.

  2.  Place the screen on the same level and flat surface as the vehicle.

    NOTE: Surface should be free of any debris that would cause a difference between the headlamp center and the adjustment screen.

  3.  Face the front of the vehicle to the screen and measure distance between the headlamp center and the screen surface.

Distance between the headlamp center and the screen (D) : 7.62 m (25 ft)

  1. Start the engine. Turn the headlamp on.
  2.  Determine the preferred vertical aim range dimensions, using the aiming chart
  3.  Measure the projected beam within the aim evaluation segment on the screen.
  4. Adjust the beam pattern of each headlamp until the aim evaluation segment (the area relative to both the highest and lowest cutoff line height) is positioned within the vertical aim range dimensions shown on the aiming chart.

FRONT FOG LAMP AIMING ADJUSTMENT

Aiming Adjustment Procedure

Aiming Chart

Aiming Chart

  1. Vertical center line of fog lamp (LH)
  2. Lamp center above ground
  3. Fog lamp high intensity area (LH)
  4.  Vertical center line of fog lamp (RH)
  5.  Vertical center axis
  6.  100mm (4in)

NOTE:

  1.  Set the distance between the screen and the center of the fog lamp lens as shown.

    (1) Aiming screen or a matte white surface
    (2) 7.62 m (25 ft)
    (3) Floor to center of fog lamp lens
    (4) Floor

Aiming chart

  1. Turn front fog lamps ON.
  2. Access adjusting screw (A) from underneath front bumper fascia.

    Adjust front fog lamps using adjusting screw so that the top edge of the high intensity zone is at the fog lamp centers above ground.

Aiming chart

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