Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Under what circumstances is this happening (i.e. morning, night, other)?
Like rms said, the ambient light sensor is a bit touchy. For example, just before dusk when the sun is right in your eyes and burning out your retinas, the sensor will dim your interior lights because, I suspect, the angle of the sun isn't catching the sensor. At other times, if the car is sitting in shadows or you drive under a long overpass it will read low light and dim your interiors.
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