How to Disable a 2002 Toyota Corolla Daytime Running Light?

Answer Daytime running lights are a safety feature designed for automobiles that are mostly driven in areas that experience a lot of rain or snowfall. As a result, some people who live in sunnier climates... Read More »

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How to Disable the Daytime Running Light on a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix?

The daytime running lamp system on your 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix uses your vehicle's headlights as opposed to having separate daytime running lamps like other vehicles. This means that, during the d... Read More »

How to Disable the Toyota Daytime Running Lights?

Toyota vehicles have a different method of disabling their daytime running lights than most vehicles. Instead of pulling a DRL fuse, Toyota vehicles have a specific pin on the headlight relay that ... Read More »

How to Disable Running Lights on a '98 Toyota Corolla?

The 1998 Toyota Corolla comes with a daytime running light system the turns on the low-beam headlights at a lower setting during the day to increase the visibility of the front of your vehicle. Alt... Read More »

How to Disable Daytime Running Lights?

Daytime running lamps are required by law in several countries, although not yet in the U.S. The purpose of daytime running lamps is to increase visibility in areas with a lot of precipitation such... Read More »