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Default Aiming fog lamps on 2013 Silvarado???

Can it be done? And how?? Changed bulbs to LED and now that I have some light they seem to be aimed low.
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1.Completely assemble all of the components on the vehicle.
2.Park the vehicle on a level surface.
3.Stop all unnecessary operations or work on the vehicle that affect the vehicle trim.
4.Close the doors and ensure that the vehicle has no load other than the driver.
5.Stabilize the suspension by rocking the vehicle sideways.
6.Ensure that the fuel level is 1/2 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.

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1.Park the vehicle on a level surface 7.6 m (25 ft) (3) away from a wall or other flat surface.
2.Measure the distance from the floor to the center of the fog lamp (5).
3.Using this measurement, mark the horizontal centerline of the fog lamp (1) on the flat surface directly in front of the vehicle.
4.Remove the front portion of the front wheel liner in order to access the adjusting screw.
5.Turn ON the fog lamps.
6.Reach inside of the front portion of the fender liner in order to access the fog lamp vertical adjustment screw on the bottom of the fog lamp.
7.Adjust the fog lamp so that the top edge of the fog lamp beam pattern is 100 mm (4 in) below the horizontal centerline (2).
8.Turn OFF the fog lamps.
9.Secure the forward edge of the front fender liner.
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I was actually wondering if there was a adjustment screw...haha but maybe ill just forget it. Too many steps there...lol. Hopefully the ol lady doesn't pack on the weight or ill have to leave her home
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Hammer and duct tape.
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# 4 above

Mac's solution

Zip ties and a coat hanger
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Really getting disappointed with chevy lately. The so called stock fog lights are a taillight....wow big output there. Fuel filter is a pain in the ass. Changing a headlight bulb takes a 6-pack to complete. Front valance fell off taking the front plate and one inside wheel well, thing held on with fricken push pins. Pretty sad for a life long chevy guy.
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Dodge same way as Chevy. Made fast, repair later.
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