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it sounds like you have a bad connection on the left headlight either the earth or the power wire,check the connector on the headlight bulb plus all the other wiring & connector plugs.....hope this helps.....cheers.
It is fairly easy to interrupt the headlight wiring and add a relay to do this.
Some twenty years ago I bought a "kit" in the aftermarket auto supply store for this purpose complete with a delay for lighting your path from the car at night. It came with instructions.
Search the online retailers for "headlight delays"
This is because you have day time running head lights. Asa safety feature the lights are made to be on when ever the car is on. There is a procedure for turning the lights off and it is outlined in your factory vehicle manual.
u can use a headlight to find the short use a old style headlight usually 3 prongs use some 14 guage wire and hook to prongs to head light and run the other end of the wires where efi fuse goes turn key on the headlight will light up as long as there is a short , u can then start wiggle wiring or unplugging engine sensors till headlight goes out when it goes out you have found the short
Does it go completely black or just dim? Most displays dim when you turn the lights on to make the display darker so its not too bright. GPS and other displays do this. Do you have any problems with any other of the car's electronics?