The times of day I'm driving are having a negative effect on the automatic lighting. It's plenty bright enough outside to not require the lights to be on, but if I'm behind some trees or buildings, the shade will cause the sensor to turn the lights on. When I arrive at work, I can barely see the backup camera image on my screen (I like to keep the dash lights on low at night as it irritates my eyes). I remember reading somewhere that a resistor can be spliced in-line with the light sensor to make the system think it's always bright outside. This would allow me to have manual control over the lighting, which I would prefer in general regardless. Has anyone done this or know if it may work? Where can I find out where the wire is located (other than at the sensor itself)? I would prefer not to have to tear open the whole dash to get at it.