Honda Accord: Turn Signals and Headlights - Instruments and Controls - Honda Accord 2008-2012 Owner's ManualHonda Accord: Turn Signals and Headlights

1. Turn signal

1. Turn signal 2. Off 3. Parking and indicator lights 4. AUTO* 5. Headlights on 6. High beams 7. Flash high beams 8. Fog lights off* 9.Fog lights on*

*:If equipped

Turn Signal - Push down on the lever to signal a left turn and up to signal a right turn. To signal a lane change, push lightly on the lever, and hold it. The lever will return to center when you release it or complete a turn.

Headlights - Turning the switch to the ‘‘’’ position turns on the ’’ position turns on the parking lights, taillights, instrument panel lights, side-marker lights, and rear license plate lights.

Turning the switch to the ‘‘position turns on the headlights. ’’ position turns on the headlights.

If you leave the lights on with the key removed from the ignition switch, you will hear a reminder chime when you open the driver’s door.

When the light switch is in the ‘‘ lights on indicator comes on as a ’’ or ‘‘ lights on indicator comes on as a ’’ position, the lights on indicator comes on as a reminder. This indicator stays on if you leave the light switch on and turn the ignition switch to the ACCESSORY (I) or LOCK (0) position.

High Beams - Push the left lever forward until you hear a click. The blue high beam indicator will come on. Pull the lever back to return to the low beams.

To flash the high beams, pull the lever back lightly, then release it.

The high beams will stay on as long as you hold the lever back.

EX, EX-L and all V6 models

AUTO - The automatic lighting feature turns on the headlights and all other exterior lights, when it senses low ambient light.

To turn on automatic lighting, turn the light switch to AUTO. The lights will come on automatically when the outside light level becomes low (at dusk, for example). The lights on indicator comes on as a reminder.

The lights and indicator will turn off automatically when the system senses high ambient light.

The lights will remain on when you turn off the ignition switch. They will turn off automatically when you remove the key and open the driver’s door. To turn them on again, either turn the ignition switch to the ON (II) position or turn the light switch to the position. position.

Even with the automatic lighting feature turned on, we recommend that you turn on the lights manually when driving at night or in a dense fog, or when you enter dark areas such as long tunnels or parking facilities.

Do not leave the light switch in AUTO if you will not be driving the vehicle for an extended period (a week ormore). You should also turn off the lights if you plan to leave the engine idling or off for a long time.

The automatic lighting feature is

The automatic lighting feature is controlled by a sensor located on top of the dashboard. Do not cover this sensor or spill liquids on it.

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Automatic Lighting Off Feature
This feature turns off the headlights, all other exterior lights, and the instrument panel lights within 15 seconds after you remove the key and close the driver’s door. The automatic light ...

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