2011 auto headlights don't work, manual does

Asked by Oct 16, 2015 at 03:49 PM about the 2011 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Auto headlight switch wont work in the auto position but will work in manual
position.

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This is a bad light sensor,usually located on the dash,

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Systems of this type have always failed to work when the lens gets dirty. if you have light controls not working, you need to know the components in your system, locate and inspect them for obvious problems before assuming things need replacing. you can ask for help at your service department, seems like a often heard question they are supposed to answer without looking, just tell you where. some I have seen were in sunlight, some were facing oncoming lights, I would want to read up on it and its other similar systems.

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For instance, a sunload sensor for climate control ? a sentinal (day/night photocell type) overlap of parts or differentiating parts can be important.

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