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Q: How do I turn on the parking lights?

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How do I turn on the parking lights?

The parking lights are controlled with the Headlamp Control knob. Rotate this knob to the parking light position to turn on the parking lights. When on this setting, the instrument panel, license plate, and tail lights will all come on as well.

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