DWVO Headlight Assembly Compatible with Chevy Silverado Avalanche 1500 2500 3500 Black with Clear Housing
- COMPATIBILITY: Headlight assemblies are compatible with 2003-2004 Chevy Silverado 1500/1500 HD / 2500 HD / 3500 HD 2003-2004 Chevy Silverado 2500; Chevy Silverado 1500/1500 HD/2500 HD/3500 Classic. ; 2003 -2006 Chevy Avalanche 1500/2500 Pickup (without body liner); High Beam Bulb Type: HB3/9005; Low Beam Bulb Type: HB4/9006; bulbs not included
- Enhanced Illumination: The integrated metallic reflectors of this headlight assembly increase the light distance for better visibility and driving safety in any dark conditions
- Weather Sealed: Fully sealed construction with solid silicone prevents moisture from being trapped inside the case and provides reliable service in types of weather conditions such as rain, snow or dust storms
- IMPACT RESISTANT AND Tough: Constructed with durable polycarbonate lenses that provide great protection from the abuse of road debris and impact from branches on the trail, and the high-impact housing also better resists shock and vibration for your off-road adventures
- Direct Replacement - Professional Installation Highly Recommended; Comes as a pair, including driver (left) and passenger (right) side
Are you tired of driving in the dark? Do your lights no longer illuminate the road as before?
It's time to upgrade your old headlights!
Specification and adjustment.
1 pair of headlights (bulbs not included).
2003-2006 Chevy Silverado 1500/2500/3500/1500 HD/2500 HD Pickup 2007 Chevy Silverado 1500/1500 HD/2500 HD/3500 Classic Body Pickup Only
How to adjust the headlights?
Find the adjustment screws. First, locate the adjustment bolts on your vehicle. Adjust the headlights individually. The headlights must be adjusted one at a time. Lay a towel on a chair facing the light you want to block. Covering the light directly may damage the plastic lens. Adjust the vertical field. The screw at the top of the light housing must be turned clockwise to raise the light and counterclockwise to lower the light. The headlight should be adjusted until the top of the brightest part of the beam shines directly at or just below the center of the tape line on the wall. Adjust the horizontal field. The screw on the side of the light housing must be turned to adjust the headlight laterally.
What does it mean if condensation has accumulated on the headlights?
Contrary to popular belief, your headlights are not airtight. There are built-in vents to allow for pressure release. Otherwise, the pressure changes could lead to a cracked lens. These ventilation holes allow moisture to enter. This is normal. Here's what the automaker recommends regarding moisture and condensation on your headlights:
Fine Fog – NormalLight Fog Covering Lower Half of Lens – NormalPuddle of Water – AbnormalDrips, Streaks or Large Droplets – Abnormal
If you observe any of these abnormal conditions, have the headlamp assembly inspected. They could indicate a cracked lens that needs to