2014 Honda CR-V Low Beams too bright

Asked by Oct 28, 2016 at 06:48 PM about the 2014 Honda CR-V

Question type: General

Does anyone else have this issue?  Each time I turn on my headlights I
have people blowing horns and flashing their lights at me because my low
beams are so bright that people believe I am riding around with my high
beams on.  I talked to the dealership and they swear they have never had
this issue.  I can't believe I have the only CR-V whose low beams are like
this.  I don't know what to do.  They informed me that I could not put a
different type bulb in there to solve the problem.  Any thoughts?

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Dealerships is right it is not the bulbs. Your headlights need to be adjusted properly. ......http://www.danielsternlighting.com/tech/aim/aim.html

Thank you. I will take it in again and see if they can fix this.

I have the same issue. Same make and model as you. The fog lights cannot be shut off. They are automatically on when headlights are on. I went to the dealer and they said that's how it is. People are always flashing me too. I came on hear looking for a solution. None yet.

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