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Old 08-30-2012, 03:56 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by BLRich1 View Post
I guess instead of tinting a small section above the sensor, the tint would stick to the sensor as well. It would be more temporary than the sharpie idea that was thrown out.

but....every time I think about this, I think, "how hard is it to flip the switch?" you are thinking about the lights anyway so its not like it is really auto anyway.
I had mentioned tinting the sensor itself previously, but it's such a tight spot it would be tough to least to have it look good. And I agree with you. Anytime I feel my headlights should be on and they're not, I flip the switch.
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