Was wondering if there is a way of troubleshooting the cause of the headlights always being on when set to auto.I have an LE no Navi
It's not just a blonde thing, it's a also a work truck thing. :lol: ... As people live out of their trucks for their job, the dash is a convenient place to place "important" papers away from the "junk" and it takes some of us longer than others to break that habit... :rofl:You go pops. +1^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Had to teach my wife that one. Took about a month of instruction. Blonde ya know.
Yea, I think that's it... It's shown in the Owner's Manual and it's been awhile since I've looked it up... If you've got nothing on your dash, then the sensor may have gone bad... I would start by cleaning cleaning that ball thing off then using a bright, concentrated flashlight directly on it from different angles to see if that makes a differenceits the little black ball type thing in the center ,near the windsheild ,correct???
Nothing on my dash
I looked for sensitivity setting in the Nav system options and in the info menu on the panel where the gauges are. I did not see anything that allows me to set sensitivity. Nav system settings seem to be all about map, Bluetooth/phone, and audio system preferences, and the menu in the odometer area has settings for temperature/distance units and custom alerts.You should have a sensitivity setting. Might be set too high.