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Q: How do I set the auto lamp?

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How do I set the auto lamp?

Your truck has a feature that will allow your headlights to stay on after you turn the vehicle off. This headlight feature is called the Autolamp. You can adjust the settings of Auto Lamp to keep the headlights on for up to three minutes after the truck has been cut off. To change the settings of the Autolamp.

  1. Press the Setup button until the Autolamp screen comes up.

  2. Press the Reset button until you get to the increment of time you desire.

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