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How do I turn on the automatic headlights?
If your vehicle is equipped with automatic headlights, they will be on the headlight switch, which is to the left of the steering wheel. If you turn the switch to the “Auto” setting, then the lights will automatically come on when there is not sufficient light.
You cannot activate automatic headlight mode unless the vehicle is running.
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