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Old 09-14-2015, 03:09 PM   #1
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I have a 2005 HD that turns the headlights on during the daytime in auto mode...but when it becomes dark outside I have to switch to the on position for the tail and running lights to turn on. Is there a photoeye sensor for nighttime, or do the taillights have to be turned on manually?....Thanks

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I own an 04' HD and it came with daytime driving lights. You have to turn on the headlights manually for the running tail lights to work. This is a safety feature that is required in Canada of all vechiles but not in the USA.

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Default 2005 HD..tail lights in auto mode



originally my 94 eurovan westfalia had both front ad back lights on when daylight ....


But I still had to put the switch "on" to operate the lo/high beams .....



I guess that when winnebago built the Rialta coach ,,,they cancelled the back lights .....



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