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Hello to all Cadillac fans

I own a Cadillac Seville STS 4.6L (1994), maybe it is a European edition, don't know. Is it possible to shorten the activation time for auto-switching on the lights, e.g. when entering a tunnel. It takes nearly 2-300 meters before the
lights goes on (at 60mph), means nearly blind fliying for this time.
And sure, I know I could switch the lights manually 馃槒, but this is a Cadillac...

Greetings
Gml
 

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Hello to all Cadillac fans

I own a Cadillac Seville STS 4.6L (1994), maybe it is a European edition, don't know. Is it possible to shorten the activation time for auto-switching on the lights, e.g. when entering a tunnel. It takes nearly 2-300 meters before the
lights goes on (at 60mph), means nearly blind fliying for this time.
And sure, I know I could switch the lights manually 馃槒, but this is a Cadillac...

Greetings
Gml
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NO - there is no way to adjust the speed at which the automatic headlights activate -
 

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Yup - there's a 10 to 20 second delay purposely built in to prevent constant activation due to tree shade, clouds, bridges. (It's a Cadillac - theoretically no false alarms)
 

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Thank you all for the replies I was half expecting this response.
Greetings
GML
 
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