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Try calibrating first,window up & hold switch for 3-4 seconds window down hold 3-4 seconds then back up & hold 3-4 seconds,check for the auto down to work if not then most likely the master switch is needed.
r u trying to figure out if you install the auto headlight switch that you will have auto headlights, of just if the different switch will work period? there is probably a module required to make auto headlamps work, not just a switch. I would probably just find the correct switch for the truck to avoid any issues
no not normal. check center of firewall the is a switch with 3 vacuum line CHECK THEM ALL this is your 4wd selector. if thats okay you might need the switch on the front trasfer case about $20 just unscrews easy fix.
The Auto knob maybe mechanically stuck or the internal switch may be defective.
Try pressing the Auto switch firmly 10-15 times,If monitor works now the switch is defective and needs replacement.
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Hi. There are 2 things that control the Auto Throttle and that is the idle control valve (Connected with black and yellow wires) and the Auto Throttle Unit.
Check for 12VDC on the Yellow wire of the idle control valve. Yellow is positive to any good Chassis ground. If you don't have 12VDC then either the Auto Throttle switch is bad or the Auto Throttle Unit iself.
You can gain access to the Auto throttle switch and again check for 12VDC to Ground on both sides of the switch with the switch on. (It may read as high as 13.8 engine running) If you don't get 12 - 13.8 VDC the the Auto throttle control unit is bad
If you have 12VDC to the Idle control Valve and it does not work perform a resistance check across the coil of the Idle control Valve (both wires disconnected Engine off) Black to yellow should read 3 to 4 Ohms If you have no resistance then the coil in the Idle control Valve is bad.
check the following in camera mode and the auto/manual switch set to manual:
exposure: set to auto
shutter: set to auto or off
white balance: auto
program ae: off
gain up: auto
after all that, hit the auto/manual switch again to set the camera into auto mode, the new settings should sort you out.