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Green light little green light shaped like a sun with "rays" is on. It is by the temperature gauge and oil indicator on the dash. We just noticed it on and maybe it has always been on but we cant remember, Our truck is new to us but we have no manual.

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Ahhh and so therefore it WILL be on all the time......hopefully if your headlamps are working??? :)Thanks Without a manual its a pain so we will have to buy one I guess
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Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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This is a reminder lamp.
It is the light that tells you the headlamps or park lamps are on. It does not do anything else.

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