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Q: How do I adjust the autolamp delay?

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How do I adjust the autolamp delay?

The autolamp delay is the amount of time that your lights stay on after exiting your vehicle. This delay can be adjusted with just a few steps: 1. Press the Up/Down buttons on the steering wheel until Settings is displayed on the instrument panel, then press the OK button. 2. Press the Up/Down buttons until Convenience is displayed, then press the OK button. 3. Press the Up/Down buttons until Autolamp Delay is displayed, then press the OK button. 4. Select Off, or the amount of seconds you would like the delay to last.

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