Question about 2005 Saturn VUE
I travel quite a bit with my Saturn, 2005 Vue 6 Cylinder Vehicle. The
other night while at the motel they called me at 4:30 AM we arrived at
the motel at 12:30AM. The call told me my headlights were on, We did
not leave them on but we went out and got them off finally after fighting
with the switch. We got the car jumped in the AM on departure. We got
home friday afternoon, that night at 10:00PM I looked outside and they
were on again. I shut them off, however saturday night they went on
again and again a dead battery didnt see it on time. I have the automatic system on the car so when they come on at night when on the road they are on auto. Is there a way to bypass this system and go
manual it would be safer for me, I think.
I know that Saturn is made by GM. I own an '02 Blazer, and I have to bypass the automatic headlights by either setting the e-brake, or by pushing my "Dome Override" button 4 times. Given the fact that your vehicle is a few years newer and a Saturn rather than a Chevrolet, chances are that the process to disable this feature (or annoyance rather...lol) is probably different. Try scrolling through your users manual and looking for a section labeled "Daytime Driving Lamps" or "Automatic Head Lamps". Some vehicles, such as Impala's and Malibu's as well as some of the Buick's will not allow you to disable this feature. However, if it CAN be disabled, it will be described somewhere in the manual.
Hope this solves you problem and keeps you from having to get any more jumpstarts. Have a great day!
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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