Instrument brightness control

The instrument brightness control operates

The instrument brightness control operates when the headlight switch is in the position. or position. position.

Turn the control A to adjust the brightness of the meter panel and the instrument panel lights.

The brightness indicator B will be shown briefly in the vehicle information display when the control is turned.

When the brightness level reaches the maximum or minimum, a beep will sound.

When the brightness level reaches the minimum, the meter panel and the instrument panel lights will be turned off.

After the ignition switch is turned to the OFF position, the brightness indicator B is displayed for 30 seconds.

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