Ford F-150 has a feature that turns on the headlights automatically in low light situations or when the windshield wipers operate.
Autolamps feature on F-150 can be easily enabled or disabled through the lights switch located on the instrument panel to the left side of the steering wheel.
To turn on the auto headlights, rotate the lights control rotary knob until the LED light next to A symbol illuminates.
To turn on the headlights manually, rotate the knob until the LED light next to the last headlight symbol illuminates.
To turn off the headlights, rotate the knob until LED light next to O symbol illuminates.
To turn on the parking lamps, rotate the knob until the LED light next to the second symbol illuminates.
Autolamp Delay Settings
When lights control switch is in auto position, the lights remain on for a certain period of time when you switch off the ignition and lock your vehicle. You can change the delay time via SYNC 4 infotainment system.
- Press Settings on the touchscreen.
- Press Vehicle.
- Press Lighting.
- Press Autolamp Delay.
- Select between Off, 10 Seconds, 20 Seconds or 120 Seconds.
When in Off position, the headlights turn off immediately when you switch off and lock your vehicle.
Warning: The Autolamps system does not relieve you of your responsibility to drive with due care and attention. You may need to override the system if it does not turn the headlamps on in low visibility conditions, for example daytime fog.
Which F-150 models have auto headlights?
Autolamp (Automatic On/Off Headlamps) with Auto High Beams and Rainlamp is a standard feature on all Ford F-150 trims: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and Limited.