Step 1) Consult owner's manual found under seat in plastic bag. Seat is lifted by removing the two Allen bolts on either side of rear seat. Step 2) Skip searching for the Honda Toolkit Screwdriver. They couldn't pay for a real one in the manual photo and they didn't pay to put one in your toolkit. Step 3) Mask off where your beam cutoffs are before adjustment and use these to make your adjustment. You can also use these to return back to where you started if you mess up. In the image below I have already made my adjustment. Step 4) Measure the distance between the ground and the headlight reflector center with a rider onboard. Mine was approximately 42". We will call this measurement 'A'. Step 5) Ideally you would be 25 feet away from a flat wall on a flat surface to do a proper adjustment. Work with what you have. With your bike's headlight turned on and a rider still on the bike, measure the distance between the beam's top cutoff edge and the ground. We will call this measurement 'B'. When adjusting, your goal is to have the beam's top cutoff lower than the reflector's height. This means the light is pointing down and won't blind incoming traffic. I had my wife sit on the motorcycle to make the adjustment. Measurement A should be a larger number than measurement B by two to three inches. More info here: https://www.danielsternlighting.com/tech/aim/aim.html Step 6) Grab a #2 Phillips head (the larger kind) and jam it up in the pinion assembly until tight. Turn accordingly to make necessary adjustment.