Left-hand stalk

The left-hand stalk operates most of the external lights.

The external lights can only be switched on when the ignition key is at MAR. The instrument panel and the heating/ventilation (or climate control system) controls and the cigar lighter ring will come on with the external lights.

Side/taillights fig. 79

These come on when you turn the ring from will come on. Instrument panel warning light will come on.

Dipped beam headlights fig. 80

Dipped beam headlights fig. 80

These come on when you turn the knurled switch from

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The dipped beam headlights will automatically be switched off when the main beam headlights are switched on if the front fog lights are on.

Main beam headlights fig. 81

Push the stalk from position the dashboard to switch the headlights on.towards the dashboard to switch the headlights on.

Warning light panel will turn on. on the instrument panel will turn on.

Pull the stalk towards the steering wheel to switch the lights off.

Flashing the headlights fig. 82

Flashing the headlights fig. 82

Pull the stalk towards the steering wheel (unstable position).

Warning light will turn on.on the instrument panel will turn on.

Direction indicators fig. 83

Direction indicators fig. 83

Move the stalk as follows:

up - to switch on the right-hand direction indicator down - to switch on the left-hand direction indicator.

Instrument panel warning light  or

Instrument panel warning light will come on flashing. or The direction indicators will automatically be switched off when the vehicle will come on flashing.

The direction indicators will automatically be switched off when the vehicle is straightened out.

If you wish to signal a lane change where only a slight movement of the steering wheel is required, move the stalk up or down without pushing it far enough to make it click. The stalk will return to the neutral position as soon as it is released.

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