Ford Mustang (2005-2014) Owners Manual: Headlamp exit delay

You can set the delay time to keep the headlamps on for up to three minutes after the ignition is turned off.

Follow the steps below to change the delay time (Steps 1 through 6 must be done within 10 seconds):

1. Turn the ignition off.
2. Turn the lighting control to the autolamp position.
3. Turn the lighting control to the off position.
4. Turn the ignition on.
5. Turn the ignition off.
6. Turn the lighting control to the autolamp position. The headlamps and parking lamps will turn on.
7. Turn the lighting control to the off position when the desired delay time has been reached. The headlamps and parking lamps will turn off.

You can set the headlamp exit delay to one of the following settings:

• Off
• 10 seconds
• 20 seconds
• 120 seconds

Note: You can also adjust the time delay using the display controls in the instrument cluster. See the Information Displays chapter.

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