Have not experienced this issue. Was the switch positioned in AUTO or did you have it switched to the ON position?
AutoHave not experienced this issue. Was the switch positioned in AUTO or did you have it switched to the ON position?
Auto.It's hard to tell from the description... Bottom 1/3 windshield/ top 2/3's... in Hilly terrain... ?? Not sure what all this is means...So many variables for lighting in different terrains/time of day and the ability of low beam lamps to have distance...
I still say... See your dealer. Something so important as Headlamp issues should be addressed. Could be bad aim... depending on which version of headlamps this person has...They might have an "auto leveling" system on the lamps and it may not be working correctly. Good luck. Let us know what your local Honda Dealer says....
Normal on the LED's. Your describing the cutoff effect. The LED's are much brighter than the halogen, so the cutoff area is more pronounced and is to limit blinding oncoming traffic. Halogens scattered the light more and it wasn't that obvious. On rolling hilly conditions just get use to using your high beams if no on coming traffic, that is what we do to over come the dark area.Has anyone else experienced the very scary situation of the low beam headlights providing very short visibility on hilly terrain. Looking out of 2/3 of my windshield, I saw only black! Out the bottom 1/3, a short distance of road was illuminated. This happened on my first night time drive. I checked all settings and tried driving a second night. Same problem!!
They are adjustable. But not ‘auto leveling’ I think that’s what the service people were talking about.Yes our headlights are adjustable, I don’t know why the dealership said otherwise unless it was a service writer because they don’t know anything about cars lol
Ahh I gotcha! Misinterpreted that lol its earlyThey are adjustable. But not ‘auto leveling’ I think that’s what the service people were talking about.