I don't know on your 2004, but on the 98 expy there is what looks like an adjustment on the sensor that controls the sensitivity.
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where do I find the sensor for the autolamps in a 2003 Exp?
I believe it's the black "bubble" that houses the blinking red light up on the dash. I'm not sure it's adjustable though. You could always buy some window tint and put inside the cover, start with a high % tint and work down till you find what your looking for, so the sensor thinks it's darker than it actually is.
It wasn't possible on my '99, but is on my 2003 and 2004. I imagine your 2000 is like the 99 and that there was a gate in the switch that prevented you from pulling out the **** when in the auto mode. I had suggested elsewhere that maybe it would be as easy as chaging the headlight switch for the newer one without the gate but nobody looked it up as far as I know.
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i was thinking of rewiring the foglight relay to be powered by the parking lamps being turned on but if i use the switch in manual i dont know if the switch would let me turn them off when just the parking lamps are on?
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