Anyway if this sensor is used by neither climate nor auto headlight systems then I don't know what its purpose then!
If I throw a dog a bone, I don't want to know if it tastes good or not...
Old post, but save yourself the money. If you have the auto A/C (with light sensor) , don't buy the Auto Headlamp switch. You don't even need to modify the switch. Did mine in 2 minutes.
Tools: Wire cutters (dykes)
Pull off headlamp knob. The bottom side of the knob has a lower edge that stops at a ridge on the switch. This prevents you from turning the knob too far left, pass "OFF" . What you do is trim off about 1/4" of the edge to allow the knob to turn past the OFF position. Re-install the knob. Turn knob left, pass OFF and it will click at the Auto position.
Mopar fooled us. Your regular switch had the Auto feature, but they prevented you from using it by the knob they put on it. The only thing missing is the white "A" at that position, but if it's that important to you, spend the $50 or maybe some get some white paint and put that "A" on there.
Simplest mod I've ever done. Now what other tricks has Mopar hid from us.......
Last edited by Fayettecar; 02-10-2012 at 10:34 PM. Reason: spelling
Worked on my 2006 Charger R/T
Last edited by Fayettecar; 02-10-2012 at 10:33 PM.
How do you know if you have the light sensor, I do have the auto temp and there's something in the middle of the dash.
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Bone stock (for now) 2006 SRT-8 Magnum
thats the sensor for the lights as well
2006 Magnum SRT8