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Headlights My automatic head lights won't work when you put them in auto they did work now they don't I don't have any idea

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  • krash185 May 13, 2009

    no i have nothing cover the dash

  • juggernautxt
    juggernautxt May 11, 2010

    do you have anything covering/on your dash?
    dash cover paper work?


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These work off a light sensor in the dash, it may be dusty / dirty, sensor may even have become defective, you will need to check if the switch is getting power in this position, before you can determine if it is a sensor problem. if the switch is getting power i would recommend taking to the dealer because the whole dash will have to be removed in order to to a repair.

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