I have a 2005 Coupe and just found an amber light on the clip that
holds the passenger side sun visor. There is the screw hole to mount
the clip and to the left of that there is a small amber light that you
can't see from the driver or passenger seat. I found it by accident.I
asked the Corvette Mechanic at my dealership and he didn't have a
clue. does anyone here know what this light is for. Thanks.
Actually that light was on the C5 also and very few people found it or even
ask about its purpose. GM calls it the "interior console flood lamp"...
which remains on at all times. In other words it's a night light, it's
description is in the manual for the C5 but I don't recall seeing it in the
Man Your Good! I should have asked you first, Thanks. That light is
one of those little things that drove me crazy and NO ONE at the
dealer , or owners I have talked to , had any Idea what is was, most
didn't know it was there . Thanks again.....
There's blue "accent" lighting in our Acura TSX that comes on when you turn
on the headlights. For instance, one is in the overhead console, near the
sunglasses holder, which gently illuminates the shifter. Our salesman was
careful to point these lights out. I wonder why the Corvette salesperson
didn't tell you about this feature during the walk through when you picked
'93 Ruby coupe, 6 sp
The "console light" is on the the bottom right-hand edge of the rear
view mirror in my C4, is shown in the owner's manual and isn't on the
build list so must have been part of the '89 base package. Have had
this light in rental C5s for '98, '99 and '02. On a blackass night,
this gizmo lights up the inside of the cockpit without screwing up one's
night vision. In human-factors parlance, the color is referred to as,
"low color temperature white."
OK folks, now for the contest--when did this light first appear??
Dad explored his C188.8.131.52 (aka C6) and wrote:
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