No, That's GM's silly idea that keeps breaking. Ford did not use DRL's in 2001.
The 98 did not come with daytime running lights. It did in Canada and the module is under the left front fender beside the light.
You need to replace the daytime running lights control module
Behind the front drivers side bumper reinforcment bar.
1998 daytime running lights module location
Where is the 1994 JEEP grand cherokee Daytime Running Lamps Lights Module? Lights are working but the running lights and dash board lights are out.
The 1992 Ford Ranger did not come equipped with daytime running lights.
I believe that is a defective daytime running lamp (DRL) module
It may not have daytime running lights.
don't believe they had daytime running lights in 1991 topaz
drl module location on a ford ranger 1995
lights on at all times
If you live in the United States, your Intrepid will not have running lights. If your car is from Canada however, it will. Either way, the Daytime Running Light module is in the relay box under the hood, on the right hand side
I've had this problem recently. You need to replace your daytime running lights module. it should be located on the drivers side of the car in just in front of the front tire (it is where it is on the '92)
My Daytime Running lights module burnt out and the mechanic found a bad ground to be the problem. It turns out there was about 6 different things all being grounded at the same point so he split up the grounds. Hope this is helpful.
I believe it is under the dash on the pass side of van. If your daytime lights go on and off when driving it you better get it change >mine went out the security light came on and would not start.
Inner fender, drivers side.
Interesting question - my 2001 SEL does not have daytime running lights, and I'm not aware that Ford offered them.
daytime running lights for chevys are automatic. you cant turn them off. all you can do is control the high and low beams.
Check the daytime running lights module. This has failed with other manufactures resulting in lights that stay on, or are very dim while the vehicle is running.
They should come on automatically when the vehicle is in operation. If they're not, you might have an electrical problem. If your vehicle is a U.S. vehicle and you want daytime running lights, you must purchase a daytime running lights (drl) module for about $50. and place it in the fuse area off the driver's side dash. Remove the hi beam module and then find someone with a Jeep/Chrysler computer that can flash your computer board and change the country code to Canada and voila, you will have daytime running lights.
You need to replace the DRL (Daytime running light) Module
Normally only ones built for sale in Canada have DRL.
Unplug daytime running light module. It is located on driver side just under the front of the truck.
It is the headlight drive module. It is used for daytime running lights and low beam operation. It works in conjunction with the light sensor on top of your dash that senses how much light is available, and tells your lights to come on or your drl. You have to have lights on automatic.
faulty drl module Check the fuse.The fuse may be blown