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LIGHTING CONTROL

Lighting control operation:

  1. High beam: With the headlights on, push the lighting control away from the steering wheel to select high beam. The instrument panel warning lamp illuminates. See HIGH BEAM (BLUE).

    NOTES

    Do not use high beam where it may distract other road users.

  2. High beam flash: Pull the lighting control toward the steering wheel and release to flash the high beam on and off. High beam remains on for as long as the lighting control is held.

  3. Side lights: Rotate the lighting control to this position to switch the side lights on. The instrument panel warning lamp illuminates. See SIDE LIGHTS (GREEN).

  4. Headlights: Rotate the lighting control to this position to switch the headlights on.

  5. AUTO: Rotate the lighting control to this position to select auto lights. When the ambient light fades and the ignition is switched on, the side lights, rear lights, dipped beam headlights, and number plate lights switch on automatically. Headlight courtesy delay, Auto High Beam Assist (AHBA), and windscreen wiper detection may also be activated.

    NOTES

    Low exterior light levels, caused by adverse weather conditions, may also cause the auto lights to activate.

  6. Front fog lights: Operate only while the side lights, headlights, or auto lights are selected. Turn the collar away from the steering wheel and release to switch on. The instrument panel warning lamp illuminates. To switch off the front fog lights, turn the collar away from the steering wheel again, and release. See FRONT FOG LIGHTS (GREEN).

  7. Rear fog lights: Operate only while the side lights, headlights, or auto lights are selected. Turn the collar toward the steering wheel and release to switch on. The instrument panel warning lamp illuminates. To switch off the rear fog lights, turn the collar toward the steering wheel again, and release. See REAR FOG LIGHTS (AMBER).

In the event of a bulb failure, it should be noted that some bulbs are replaceable only by a retailer/authorised repairer. See CHANGING A BULB.