Q: How do I enable the autolamp control?

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How do I enable the autolamp control?

The Autolamp Control on your truck can make turning on your headlights easier. The Autolamp Control turns your headlights on automatically when it senses darkness. To enable Auto Lamp Control.

  1. Turn the Headlamp Control knob to the fourth spot.

  2. Turn the Headlamp Control knob to the beginning spot to turn off Auto Lamp Control.

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