Same reason morons can reproduce without a permit.
You need to replace the bulb in your lights. The dim lights and bright lights have different bulbs.
I also wanted to do this. Apprently not, you can change the settings in the menu (on the radio display) but only to daylight (bright) or automatic (dims when lights are on) not any good for the drive in's...
That is normal. The dash dims so at night you are not distracted by a bright light in your face
Because there are two different bulbs for the hi-beams and lo-beams
The dims lights may not work on a Ford Focus if the switch is defective, the wiring is damaged, or the bulb has burnt out. If both bulbs are out, it is most likely within the wiring.
have you tried turning the ouside dial on headlight switch that dims the gages bright or dull had a similar problem with 98 corvette no dash lights or hvac or running lights turned out to be multi function switch (headlights turnsignals)
Probably need to change your light switch on the dash
Replace the battery.
Halogen work lights, also called tungsten lights, are bright lights for illuminating a large work area. One great company that makes high-quality halogen work lights is Sunnex, Inc.
An electrochromic mirror uses sensors that change the light sensitivity on rear view mirrors. This is basically an auto dimming sensor that helps with headlights following you. When bright lights hit the mirror, it dims the lights so they do not blind you while looking in the rear view mirror.
Deer do not run towards bright lights but become mesmerized by steady, bright lights.
Bulbs burned out? Headlight switch bad? Relay?