DRL Replacement 2009-2019 Dodge Journey 2010 Dodge Journey SXT 3.5L V6
When your 2010 Dodge Journey is turned on and in drive, the daytime running lights turn on automatically, and these are often the first bulbs to burn out, so we recommend changing them all at the same time. The video above shows you how to change the daytime running lights in your 2010 Journey.
How do you bypass automatic headlights?
Within a six-second time frame, press and release the dome override button (near the headlight switch) four times, then listen for a chime indicating that the automatic headlight system has been disabled.
Where are the headlight adjustment screws?
Most adjustment screws are clearly marked on the top and side of the light housing; if you can’t find them, consult your owner’s manual. It should be noted that some manufacturers have placed the adjustment screws behind the headlight housing in the engine compartment.
Are automatic headlights always on?
When the switch in the vehicle is set to ‘Auto,’ your headlights and taillights will automatically turn on when it gets dark, thanks to an electric photo sensor installed on top of the dash or near the rearview mirror.
What is the symbol for automatic headlights?
If your vehicle has automatic headlights, the symbol will be near the main headlight controls, but not in line with the other controls. Tip: If your vehicle has fog lights, the symbol will be near the main headlight controls, but not in line with the other controls.
Can you modify your headlights?
Most headlight upgrades are simple enough to do at home without much experience, but some are more complicated than others, and some are also easier or harder depending on the vehicle you drive and the type of headlights it came with from the factory.
What number should headlights be on?
For most vehicles, the top of the low beam shining on the wall should be at or slightly below the height of the center of the headlight lens; the light pattern should be higher on the right side (passenger side) to illuminate road signs and lower on the left side (driver side) to avoid blinding other drivers.
What setting should my headlights be at night?
Do use your dipped headlights if you’re driving at night; it’ll not only help you see, but it’ll also help other drivers see you. Do use your dipped headlights during the day if visibility is reduced, such as in fog, heavy rain, or snow. Do use dipped headlights when overtaking.
Why do my headlights turn on by themselves?
The vehicle’s headlight circuitry may be malfunctioning, which could indicate that a sensor, photocell, body control module, replacement headlight, or fuse/relay has failed, allowing power to be sent to the headlights when the vehicle should be turned off.
Why won’t my car headlights turn off?
If your headlights won’t turn off due to a bad headlight relay, the solution is to simply replace the relay; if swapping relays doesn’t work, your problem could be a bad headlight switch, multifunction switch, or light sensor, and the diagnostic procedure will be more complicated.