Yeah, a few months ago there was a discussion about AHB. That's when we discovered it was changed to be a more simple operation in 2022.Didnt know there was a difference in the 19 and 22. The 22 is just 1 click on the stalk and that button turns on auto highbeam.
Auto headlights work. I need to turn the button on and then push the lever/stalk forward to engage the automatic high beams.The 2019 model operates the auto-highbeam differently than the 2022, however I believe the button has always been for auto-highbeams.
I don't have a 2019 to confirm.
So OP, flip on the auto-highbeam button then see if your auto headlights work.
Otherwise, we're going to continue talking in circles.
I will say the 2019 does need the stalk in the forward position AND the auto highbeam button "ON" for auto highbeams to work.
In 2022 it has been simplified. With the dash button pressed "ON", regardless of stalk position, the auto highbeam will function. We had a talk about that a few months ago.
I don't remember in that discussion anybody saying the auto highbeams button has to be on for the auto lights to function.
The snip is from the 2022 manual, so perhaps the words that say push the auto highbeam button is new for 2022 also.
Well I’ve had this car since 2019 and I bought it new. Maybe it’s different from 2019 and 2020 but this issue started a couple of months ago. Even now when I have that button turned on with the green light, the auto low beam headlights still don’t turn on in a dark environment. Any ideas?On my 2020 xle premium the (A) button must be green for the auto headlights to work. If you want the highbeams in auto just leave the lever pushed forward. I've been using it this way for 2 years and works great the car will cut on the low beams when it starts getting dark and high beams on dark roads if no other lights are around. The (A) button will only turn on the low beams if the highbeams are not needed.
I had it checked just yesterday at a Toyota dealership. They said the sensor worked properly. I’ve attached the papers they gave me but if no one has a clue why the auto low beams aren’t automatically turning on then I might just have to go to the dealership again.If you're sure everything is set properly then it may be a bad sensor, I would have it checked.
I'd go back to the dealer who said that everything was working fine for them and have them demonstrate what they did to confirm that it is working properly. Bring a small towel and cover the sensor while they watch and ask why the headlights are not coming on.Nothing is covering or illuminating that area of my dash. Even covering it doesn’t turn on the auto headlights.
That button is for auto high beams not for auto head lights. Auto head lights are control by selecting them on the signal stalk.Does not look like button is green. The button next to the dimmer switch is for auto headlight. High beams are cut on by pushing the turn signal lever forward.