Dipped Headlights warning light

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Milfmog
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Re: Dipped Headlights warning light

Post by Milfmog » Thu Jan 03, 2019 12:23 pm

prospero wrote:
Wed Jan 02, 2019 8:43 pm
'apart from the fact that anyone 6' + often knock the lights on with a knee'

+1!
+2 :(
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Re: Dipped Headlights warning light

Post by Grumpy » Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:26 pm

Backwards step. Yeti had 'same' system but had an green 'lights on' tell tale on the panel when the lights came on. Really miss this as it is awkward to look down at switch to check if on - equally the little roof LEDS which come on with the lights are almost invisible in daytime need to check on if foggy, but not dark, conditions.
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Re: Dipped Headlights warning light

Post by Milfmog » Sun Jan 20, 2019 3:57 pm

Grumpy wrote:
Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:26 pm
Backwards step. Yeti had 'same' system but had an green 'lights on' tell tale on the panel when the lights came on. Really miss this as it is awkward to look down at switch to check if on - equally the little roof LEDS which come on with the lights are almost invisible in daytime need to check on if foggy, but not dark, conditions.
Was your Yeti a pre-facelift model? Mine (late 2014 registration) did not have a dashboard indicator for the lights, just the one on the switch collar.

Out of interest, why do you want a lights-on indicator? By day they do no harm and if it is dark enough to need them your dash will be unreadable without the lights. After years of Volvos (lights always on) and then the Yeti (automatic lights) I have become so used to the lights being on when I need them that I no longer even think of turning them on (which is not so good when I'm driving a hire car).

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Ian.
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Re: Dipped Headlights warning light

Post by mikaroq » Tue Jan 22, 2019 6:33 pm

To be fair, a quick glance down to check takes no longer than looking in one of the mirrors 😀
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