Exterior Lamp Controls

The exterior lamp control is located to the left of the steering column on the

The exterior lamp control is located to the left of the steering column on the instrument panel.

It controls the following systems:

  • Headlamps
  • Taillamps
  • Parking Lamps
  • License Plate Lamps
  • Instrument Panel Lights
  • Fog Lamps

The exterior lamp control has four positions:

to turn the automatic lamp control off or on again. (Off): Briefly turn to this position to turn the automatic lamp control off or on again.

AUTO (Automatic): Turns the headlamps on automatically at normal brightness, together with the following:

  • Parking Lamps
  • Taillamps
  • License Plate Lamps
  • Instrument Panel Lights
  • Sidemarker Lamps

lamps on together with the following:(Parking Lamps): Turns the parking lamps on together with the following:

  • Taillamps
  • License Plate Lamps
  • Instrument Panel Lights
  • Sidemarker Lamps

on together with the lamps listed below. A warning chime sounds if the driver door (Headlamps): Turns the headlamps on together with the lamps listed below. A warning chime sounds if the driver door is opened when the ignition switch is off and the headlamps are on.

  • Parking Lamps
  • Taillamps
  • License Plate Lamps
  • Instrument Panel Lights
  • Sidemarker Lamps

with fog lamps, press to turn the lamps on or off. (Front Fog Lamps): For vehicles with fog lamps, press to turn the lamps on or off.

See Front Fog Lamps .

When the lights are on,See Lamps On Reminder . will be lit. See Lamps On Reminder .

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