| Thanks Mike, for the reply.
| I do have a manual..I'll take a looksee.
| I'll start at the dashboard deal.
| It's a funny thing, the light comes on most of the time
| in the daytime..according to the manual, the 95 has a sensor
| for the headlights too, they brighten in the nighttime..
| Cool, and different..love the car ! ...headlights being on
| during the daytime is quite different to me as a driver of
| millions of miles... : - ) CYA, Jimmy
"Different" and "funny thing" are good words for it...since it is
"different/strange" from just about anyone else's cars out there. "Annoying",
"non-standard" or "against generally accepted industry protocols & standards"
are some better terms that come to mind for some of us. This also the opinion
of a driver that has driven ~ one million miles. People that have the ability
and the desire to control the basic functions of their own cars need not
consider a GM-built vehicle these days. As sad and as unnecessary as that
situation is...it exists and apparently won't be changing any time soon. :-(
Funny, never see posts about lighting _control_ questions in other car
manufacturers news groups. You see it frequently in this one. Thanks GM for
all the obvious confusion people seem to be having...much appreciated, I'm
sure. [Bracing for the flames]
Well, good luck with the fix...if it's even broken. It may be working as
designed! If you don't like it GM will tell you "tough" and "too bad".