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Chevrolet Cruze Repair Manual: Fog Lamp Aiming

Preparation Procedure

Important: Horizontal aim is not adjustable on this vehicle. Vertical aim is done by an adjusting nut located on the rear of the fog lamp.

Prior to aiming the fog lamps, perform the following steps:

  1. Completely assemble all of the components on the vehicle.
  2. Place the vehicle on a level surface.
  3. Stop all unnecessary operations or work that could affect the ride height of the vehicle.
  4. Close the doors and verify that the luggage compartment is empty.
  5. Stabilize the suspension by rocking the vehicle sideways.
  6. Ensure that the fuel level is full.
  7. Ensure that the tires are inflated to the proper pressure.
  8. Ensure that the driver or a similar weight , approximately 75 kg (165 lb), is in the vehicle driver seat.

Aiming Procedure

  1. Park the vehicle 7.6 m (25 ft) away from the target screen.
  2. Measure from the center of the fog lamp to the ground line. Using this measurement, mark the horizontal centerline (2) of the fog lamp on the target screen directly in front of the vehicle
  3. Turn ON the fog lamps. The top of the fog lamp beam image (4) on the target screen should be 102 mm (4 in) below the center of the fog lamp lens height.
  4. Adjust the fog lamp as required using the adjusting screw above the projector lens on the outside of the front bumper fascia.
  5. Turn OFF the fog lamps.

Front Side Turn Signal Lamp Replacement

Preliminary Procedures

Preliminary Procedures

  1. Remove the front wheelhouse liner. Refer to Front Wheelhouse Liner Replacement.
  2. Disconnect the front turn signal lamp electrical connector from the forward lamp harness assembly at the topside of the fender panel.
  3. Rotate the lamp socket from the lamp housing.
  4. Squeeze the lamp housing locking tab and push outward in order to remove the lamp housing from the fender panel.

Front Turn Signal Lamp Assembly

Procedure

Replace the bulb, as needed.

Front Side Turn Signal Lamp Bulb Replacement

  1. Park/Turn Bulb Socket

Warning: Refer to Halogen Bulb Warning in the Preface section.

Tip

Rotate counterclockwise and remove the socket from the headlamp assembly.

  1. Park/Turn Bulb

Procedure

Remove the bulb from the bulb socket.

High Mount Stop Lamp Replacement

  1. High Mount Stop Lamp Screw (Qty: 2)

Procedure

Hand tighten only, no torque required.

  1. High Mount Stop Lamp Assembly

Procedure

Disconnect the electrical connector at the high mount stop lamp.

Tip

The lamp is Light Emitting Diode (LED) and is serviced as an assembly.

Front Fog Lamp Bulb Replacement
Preliminary Procedures Raise and support the vehicle. Refer to Lifting  and Jacking the Vehicle Disconnect the forward lamp electrical harness connector from the fog lamp bulb socket ...

Backup Lamp Replacement
Preliminary Procedures Remove the rear compartment sill trim plate. Refer to Rear Compartment Sill  Trim Plate Replacement. Disconnect the electrical harness connector from the backu ...

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