Automatic Light Control Operation USA

When the daytime running light is operating and the Automatic control sensor detects a decrease in the ambient light, the automatic light control operation starts. At the same time, daytime running light relay is activated, so current flows from the TAIL fuse to the TAIL relay (Coil side) to TERMINAL 14 of the daytime running light relay, and the HEAD MAIN fuse to the HEAD relay (Coil side) to TERMINAL 6 of the daytime running light relay, activating both the TAIL relay and the HEAD relay, so that the taillights and headlights light up.

When the automatic light control sensor detects an increase in the ambient light, the ignition SW is turned to off, the light control SW is turned to Head position, and the automatic light control operation stops.

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