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I am wanting to take my kids to see the Christmas lights at the park. Last
year I got dirty looks and honks because I couldn't figure out how to turn
the headlights off my 99 Toyota Camery and still drive through the park.
Any help would be appreciated
 
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Hello,

When you start the car, make sure the light switch is off and the
parking brake is on. Then, lower the parking brake to the point where
the brake is released, but the "Brake" dash light remains illuminated.
This works on my 2001 Camry. When ready, lower the brake arm to
extinguish the dash light, and the headlights should work as expected.


Enjoy the Christmas lights!
Igor



On Thu, 15 Dec 2005 23:08:42 -0500, "whitetail"
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>I am wanting to take my kids to see the Christmas lights at the park. Last
>year I got dirty looks and honks because I couldn't figure out how to turn
>the headlights off my 99 Toyota Camery and still drive through the park.
>Any help would be appreciated
>
 
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"whitetail" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>I am wanting to take my kids to see the Christmas lights at the park. Last
> year I got dirty looks and honks because I couldn't figure out how to turn
> the headlights off my 99 Toyota Camery and still drive through the park.
> Any help would be appreciated


Quit with the BULLSHIT, eh? MILLIONS of vehicles are on the road WITHOUT
that ability. Deal with it. Most of the vehicles WITH that capablity are
old, rusty beaters. Ignore the assholes or give them all middle finger
salutes!!!!



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"Igor N. Nikishin" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Hello,
>
> When you start the car, make sure the light switch is off and the
> parking brake is on. Then, lower the parking brake to the point where
> the brake is released, but the "Brake" dash light remains illuminated.
> This works on my 2001 Camry. When ready, lower the brake arm to
> extinguish the dash light, and the headlights should work as expected.
>
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> Enjoy the Christmas lights!
> Igor
>


That's what I would do, too.


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> On Thu, 15 Dec 2005 23:08:42 -0500, "whitetail"
> <[email protected]> wrote:
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>>I am wanting to take my kids to see the Christmas lights at the park. Last
>>year I got dirty looks and honks because I couldn't figure out how to turn
>>the headlights off my 99 Toyota Camery and still drive through the park.
>>Any help would be appreciated
>>

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