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Old 04-23-2019, 10:25 PM   #1
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2018 legacy 38C I have some questions

Which battery’s are the house and which are the chassis,? One set has 2 12V and one set has 4 6 or 8 volts???? Thanks for your help

Headlights are about 2-5foot low from where I would like them. On the model hoe do you adjust them????? Thanks
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2018 legacy 38C I have some questions

Which battery’s are the house and which are the chassis,? One set has 2 12V and one set has 4 6 or 8 volts???? Thanks for your help

Headlights are about 2-5foot low from where I would like them. On the model hoe do you adjust them????? Thanks
2-12 volt Chassis.

4 - 6 volt house.
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2-12 volt Chassis.



4 - 6 volt house.


Any headlight thoughts
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Thanks for that info

Generator starts off of the chassis (2X 12V) battery’s correct?????
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nope, House batteries...

only the engine and a few other 12v items tied to the ignition, like the entry step, run off the Chassis batteries


as for the lights, there's little to no adjustment - why do you feel the need?
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Headlights

We had similar issue with our '18 Legacy 38C with the headlights pointed what felt like straight down. Took it to local Freightliner and they adjusted them for free. Now we can actually see what is in front of us while driving.
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I have a 15 legacy, there is an adjustment for up and down on the headlight. It’s a plastic screw on the back of the headlight assembly that takes an Allen wrench. You can get to it through the generator compartment or by coming up underneath. If you can park it about 20 feet from a wall, turn on the lights and mark where they are hitting with masking tape. You can then adjust them up a little if necessary. I never got mine to work very well. When I adjusted the low beam to hit 50-75 feet In Front of the coach, the high beams were lighting the tree tops. Turning on the fog lights for all night driving helps.
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