The control on the driver’s
side of your instrument
panel operates the exterior
lamps. Turn the control
clockwise to operate
The exterior lamp control has four positions:
Ø (Defeat): Turn and release the control to this position
to turn off the DRLs. To turn them back on, turn and
release the control to this position again. Shutting the
vehicle off and restarting it will also reactivate the DRLs.
This feature is not available on vehicles ﬁrst sold in
(Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)): Turning the
control to this position selects the DRLs. When the
vehicle is shifted out of PARK (P), the instrument panel
lamps will illuminate and the DRLs will turn on, unless
defeated. When the DRLs are active, the DRL indicator
(Parking Lamps): Turn the control to this position
to turn on the parking lamps, together with the following:
Instrument Panel Lights
Daytime Running Lamps
License Plate Lamps
If the DRLs are active when the control is turned to this
position, the DRLs will turn off.
For vehicles ﬁrst sold in Canada, the DRLs will remain
active along with the lamps mentioned above.
(Headlamps): Turn the control to this position to
turn on the headlamps together with the parking
lamps and turn off the daytime running lamps.
You can switch your headlamps from high to low-beam
by pulling the turn signal/high-beam lever toward you.
A circuit breaker protects your headlamps. If you have
an electrical overload, your headlamps will ﬂicker on
and off. Have your headlamp wiring checked right away
if this happens.