On the dash looks like a camera lens in the center

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Asked by Aug 05, 2012 at 12:32 PM about the Chrysler Pacifica

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In the center of dash it looks like a camera lens

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Where in this picture are you referring too?

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If you have automatic headlights, could be the sensor for that feature. Start your Pacifica & cover the lense with something dark (preferably black) like a piece of construction paper that no light will get through. Wait a few minutes & see if the headlights come on. HTH. -Jim

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the lens is with A/C controls and I go to work at 4am and I turn the light on myself

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Oh, ok then that is your sun load sensor. It helps your climate control maintain the proper comfort setting by adjusting the system to compensate (work harder) for the heat of the sun. -Jim

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Hey thanks thats helpful

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You're welcome.

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