Where do I turn the headlights on in my 2013 Chevy Sonic LTZ Turbo?

Asked by Jan 06, 2014 at 10:46 PM about the 2013 Chevrolet Sonic LTZ

Question type: General

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good question, something you need after sundown, try twisting the turn signal stalk to the roll forward direction for starters, just guessing cuz its evening around here already

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Did you open the owners manual?


Did you know that the owners manual of a car is the least read book in the world?


Try the light switch. It may be turned to the O.F.F. position. Try moving it to the O. N. position. The handle on the steering column on the left side if moved up or down activates the turn signals. Down to turn left, up to turn the other way. Hope it doesn't rain.


There were a number of these cars made for the Alaska market. Since Alaska has no darkness for about half the year, they were sold at half price with the proviso that they not be driven at night except by people with severely limited vision. There's not a whole lot you can hit, so the sight challenged have no issues. If you look at the vin number and the the letters NTA or NE (North To Alaska, Northern Exposure) anywhere in the vin, your car ended up in the wrong part of the country. Hope this helps.


Don't you just feel the love? Sorry but we are having a good time at your expense. If you really can't find the light switch, go to the local GM dealer or even to a car rental place that rents these cars and ask. I know it sounds like a strange question, but when I travel and rent a car I'm not familiar with, it takes some time to find all the correct switches, and sometimes I just forget it and go without.

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