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Q: How do I turn the dome lamps on?

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How do I turn the dome lamps on?

A: The dome lamps are on the ceiling of your v...

The dome lamps are on the ceiling of your vehicle, and help illuminate the cabin of your car. To turn on the dome lamps, press the on button (which has a symbol of a sun), on the dome lamp control board, which is located on the headliner. This will turn the lamps on, and they will stay on even when you exit your vehicle.

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