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Is there any way to reduce the time the headlamps

I have a 2006 Expedition with the 5.4 V8 and not a lot of fancy options. Is there any way to reduce the time the headlamps stay on after getting out of the vehicle? Also, can I iinstall the dimmable rear view mirror kit myself?

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Some the options such as light delay can be set by the dealer - plz call the Ford Dealer's Service dept. .....a regular mechanic probably doesn't have the correct computer/diagnostic tools to do this.

Installing the dimmable rear view depends on your skill level. 1st, check out the online Ford forums for Expeditions/Explorers/F-150's, as it's probably been done before and you can see if it's w/in your abilities.


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