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Andrew Maynard

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    Andrew
  • Toyota Model
    Prius Excel
  • Toyota Year
    2020
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    Kent

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  1. Thanks, I fully understand the three options on the stalk. But my question is can I turn off the instrument panel lights when using the second option and locking the car? I think FROSTYBALLS reply of "No" is correct but I still find it amazing that this hi tech car leaves all the panel lights on when the car is parked and locked.
  2. Maybe I phrased my query badly. My concern is that when parking I only have three options on the lighting switch. These are Auto for automatic dipping and full beam headlights for driving at night. The second is daytime running lights which also turn on the instrument panel lights, The third is headlights without daytime running lights. So my only option for parking is the second one which leaves all the instrument panel lights on. Is there any way of leaving the daytime running lights on when parked, but turning off the instrument panel lights when the car is locked?
  3. Welcome to Toyota Owners Club - Toyota Forum. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. Why not introduce yourself in the New Members section.

  4. I have a 2020 Prius Excel. If I need to park on an unlit road and require parking lights, the only option I can find is to switch the lights to daytime running lights. This leaves all the instrument panel lights on when I lock the car, including the ones in the doors. Am I doing this incorrectly? Is there a way to park with parking lights on but panel lights off?
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