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RX300 Headlights set to auto stay on in daylight

Lights don't go off in sunlight

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  • Crystal Aliases
    Crystal Aliases Nov 24, 2013

    Now they are ok. Could have been condensation clouding sensor. Go figure.

  • Crystal Aliases
    Crystal Aliases Nov 24, 2013

    Now they work. Could have been condensation on sensor.

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Have you by any chance out something over the sensor which is on the top of the dashboard, just in front of the defrost vent? Driving gloves for example?

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