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Q: How do I use the automatic headlights?

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How do I use the automatic headlights?

A: When the automatic headlight system is turn...

When the automatic headlight system is turned on, the headlights will automatically turn on and off, depending on how dark it is outside. To turn the automatic headlights on, first find the turn signal lever, which protrudes from the left side of the steering column. Then, turn the Light switch to the Auto position.

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