Join Date: 25th May 2016
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My 2010 CR-V, which had 35,500 miles on the clock when the following event happened:
One evening was transporting my wife and three of here friends to a party. While driving on the two lanes roads with my lights on low beam was getting flashed by on coming vehicles letting me know my low beam lights where two high. Upon arrival at my destination all four women departed the CR-V and I drove on the same road returning to the house. On my return journey and on the my way back to collect my wife and her friends no on coming vehicle flashed their lights.
After collecting the women and driving back on the same route I had just traveled, on coming vehicles again flashed their lights.
At the base of each shock is attached a control arm and cables that are attached to the Auto Leveling Control. I under stand that based on load factor the Auto Leveling Control device should adjust the headlight to compensate for the load factor. However in this case the adjustment that was made was not correct.
Please advise why the Auto Leveling Control would raise the low beans to height that would blind on coming drives and what should be done to correct this problem?