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Exterior Lighting, Coupe, Part 1

Part 2

The exterior lighting system consists of the following components:

Headlamp Lamps
The headlamp assembly is a fixed-lens unit with a moveable reflector for headlamp aiming. The headlamp bulb is a high-intensity halogen type.

Rear Lamps
The rear lamp includes the stoplamp, tail lamp, turn signal, and marker. The rear hi-mount lamp is located on the package tray trim panel. The backup lamps are located on the deck lid.

Fog Lamps
If equipped, the fog lamps are mounted in the front bumper. To operate the fog lamps, the low beams must be on. If the high beams are activated, the fog lamps automatically turn off.

Daytime Running Lamps
Refer to Lighting and Horns.

Exterior Lighting Switches And Relays

Switches and Electrical Units
The exterior lighting system includes the following switches and electrical units:
The Brake Pedal Position (BPP) switch illuminates the stoplamps and the rear hi-mount lamp. The BPP switch also sends braking information to the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) .