Exterior Lamp Controls

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

It controls the following systems:

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

The exterior lamps control has four positions:

border=0>(Off): Briefly turn to this position to turn the automatic light(Off): Briefly turn to this position to turn the automatic light 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

border=0>(Parking Lamps): Turns the parking lamps on together with the(Parking Lamps): Turns the parking lamps on together with the following:

- Taillamps
- License Plate Lamps
- Instrument Panel Lights

border=0>(Headlamps): Turns the headlamps on together with the lamps listed(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

border=0>(Front Fog Lamps): For vehicles with fog lamps, press to turn the(Front Fog Lamps): For vehicles with fog lamps, press to turn the lamps on or off.

See Front Fog Lamps.

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