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i have a 2004 Cadillac CTS. The dash lights have dim'd. even during the day. i have determined that the headlight sensor had determined it's night out and turned on the headlight (even during the sunshine day). is there a sensor that i can change or where should i start? thanks.
 
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Originally Posted by dont know cads View Post
i have a 2004 Cadillac CTS. The dash lights have dim'd. even during the day. i have determined that the headlight sensor had determined it's night out and turned on the headlight (even during the sunshine day). is there a sensor that i can change or where should i start? thanks.

most cars have it on top of the dash, at center.


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i see that, but is there another sensor, or something i can check?
 
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Originally Posted by dont know cads View Post
i see that, but is there another sensor, or something i can check?
put a bright light on it and see if anything changes.


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