Q: What functions are on the turn signal and headlight stalk?

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What functions are on the turn signal and headlight stalk?

Several key functions are built into this control, including the following:

  • Turn Signals: Flip the stalk up or down to activate your left or right turn signal.

  • Headlights: Turn the control to activate parking and taillights, and headlights.

  • AUTO: Choose the auto function to have your headlights come on automatically.

  • High Beams: Push the stalk forward to change from your low beams to your high beams. Pull it backwards to change back to your low beams.

  • Fog Lights: If your Accord is equipped with fog lights, twist the control to activate them.

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