Headlight flasher

To flash the headlights, pull the lever toward you and then release it. The high beam will remain on for as long as you hold the lever. The headlight flasher works even though the light switch is in the OFF position.

To flash the headlights, pull the lever toward you and then release it. The high beam will remain on for as long as you hold the lever. The headlight flasher works even though the light switch is in the OFF position.

When the headlights are on high beam, the high beam indicator light the combination meter also illuminates. on the combination meter also illuminates.

Do not hold the lever in the flashing position for more than just a few seconds.

Do not hold the lever in the flashing position for more than just a few seconds.

The brightness of the illumination of the high beam headlights is reduced by the daytime running light system.

The brightness of the illumination of the high beam headlights is reduced by the daytime running light system.

The light switch must always be turned to the when it is dark outside. position when it is dark outside.

The high beam headlights will automatically illuminate at reduced brightness when the engine has started, under the following conditions:
The select lever is in a position other than the P position (AT models).

The parking brake is fully released.

The light switch is in the OFF or NOTE position.

NOTE
When the light switch is in the position, the front side marker lights, tail lights and license plate lights are illuminated.

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