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Old 06-12-11, 10:31 AM   #1
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Would one be able to re-calibrate the light sensor for the main lights to come on quicker?

And for that matter, if the light switch is on auto and the cops pull you over for "no lights on" can you use that as a excuse?

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I would say no to both. There is an adjustment for light to be always on in pp. i did that to mine.
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And for that matter, if the light switch is on auto and the cops pull you over for "no lights on" can you use that as a excuse?
My boss was stopped by the cops a few months ago for driving with no lights on.

He told the cops his lights usually came on automatically, but his wife had been messing with the controls and disabled the function. He still got a fine. Lazy twat.
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My boss was stopped by the cops a few months ago for driving with no lights on.

He told the cops his lights usually came on automatically, but his wife had been messing with the controls and disabled the function. He still got a fine. Lazy twat.
Doesn't take much to turn them on, does it.
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Yeah I know. And he's been around since cars had a guy with a red flag walking in front of them... He must be going senile.
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Hi,

Would one be able to re-calibrate the light sensor for the main lights to come on quicker?

And for that matter, if the light switch is on auto and the cops pull you over for "no lights on" can you use that as a excuse?

Gerhard
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the police will see it as "there is no excuse" your still in charge of the vehicle in the end of the day and can manually switch them on.



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