Join Date: 17th January 2007
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It's designed to do that. There are 2 sensors on the screen, one looking at the horizon and one at the sky. Sometimes the car deems it necessary to keep the lights on during the day for increased visibility, but because its not dark out the interior illumination is kept to maximum. When you go under trees, the sky sensor senses it's dark and tells your interior illumination to go darker but it doesn't necessarily turn your headlights on and off. The intention is to get it right but without switching on/off too many times.