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Zimmski_Bud

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  1. Thanks for the info, thats a good point. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. [emoji23] just might have to burn that bridge bud, thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. You have the next gen, I really wish it was that simple for me.
  4. I saw someone talking about if the sensor isn’t functioning properly that it reverts to a manual setting. But i don't know if this is true.
  5. That may have worked for your year of truck, but the spring isn’t the thing stopping me from turning off my headlights. While the truck is running that “off” position does nothing.
  6. So there has to be some way to make the headlights think the truck is only turned “on” so that i can change these lights at will? Whatever that may be
  7. Been tirelessly searching the internet on ways to turn off my automatic headlights in my 03’ sierra. I want it to be manual, I realize this sounds pointless but hear me out, I ordered some switchback LED headlights that are white but if i turn my headlights off and on again they come on yellow for fog, snow, dust, etc. Now during the day I can freely choose whatever setting I like but once the sun sets the autos turn on and nothing I do can change it. on my control panel there is an off, auto, park lights, and on. However the “off” position is spring loaded and bounces back to auto, I have yet to figure out what it’s for. It literally does nothing. I have tried the dome override button trick, it does not work. Now does my “off” position just not work and the problem is on my end? Or is the only way to turn these things off achieved by rigging it? Any suggestion helps, thanks.
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