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Q: How do I use the automatic lighting control?

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How do I use the automatic lighting control?

A: The automatic lighting control is a feature...

The automatic lighting control is a feature that will automatically turn your headlights on when it is dark out. To use the automatic lighting control, locate the light switch, which is located on the turn signal lever (the turn signal lever protrudes from the left side of the steering column). Turn the light switch to AUTO to turn on the automatic lighting control.

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