I recently purchased a Sienna with the automatically-on type
headlights. They come on even with the motor off, but the
electrics on. Has anyone figured out a useful mod of the wiring or
other method to defeat this feature so that you can keep the car
running at a star party without lighting up the area?
i own a 1998 mercury sable and the daytime lights do not turn off. i can shut my car off and the lights stay on and drian my battery does anyone know how i can fix this
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If your talking about the vertical alignment, there are setting screws
on the back of the headlight assy. It looks like a 1/4" head bolt with a
straight slot in in it and a 3/4" wide black or grey large serrated
plastic washer under the head of the bolt. Thanks, Lee
If the tail lights and the dash lights stopped working and the tail light and the panel lighting fuses are both o.k. and you can find no other blown fuses then the problem is most likely the headlight switch.