How do you turn on the guage lights during the day ?

Asked by Dec 08, 2014 at 02:16 PM about the 2006 Pontiac G6 GT Coupe

Question type: General

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I imagine the only way would be to turn on your headlights. I don't think it's legal to drive with the parking lights on although I see it done a lot.

15

you can't. I asked this same question. They're automatic. the 'dome' on the top of the dash,in center, controls it. I tried to cover it.That worked BUT it turned down/off my center console(radio etc) lights!?? Don't know why. This is my biggest gripe with this car, not being able to control the dash lights.

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Try this, turn the auto light feature off, just turn the light switch clockwise; then just turn on the dashboard lights using the other switch placed on the dashboard.

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I attached a picture showing the button, it is the one on the right.

15

I'll try this tomorrow. Tho I think I already did..? Seems all the lights, inside and out(headlights) are all on the same 'circuit'. I'll let ya know :-)

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