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Billiebrown
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Asked by Nov 29, 2012 at 08:14 PM about the 2005 Toyota Highlander Limited V6 AWD

Question type: General

Since my headlights go off automatically  when I cut the ignition off , do I need to also turn the headlights  off
manually as my son-in-law says?  If yes, then please explain why.  Thank you very much.  Billie Brown
I had a dead battery Sat. And he says this is why.  I think someone left a door ajar.

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Wayne Chomas
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no, you shouldnt have to shut the lights off manually, thats what the automatic position is for.

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Wayne Chomas
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since your vehicle is 7 years old, there is a good chance your battery is getting weak if it is still the original.

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