Park the Blazer on a flat surface and remove the keys from the ignition.
Open the hood and locate the fuse block on the driver's side of the engine compartment.
Remove the cover from the fuse block and locate the fuse labeled "DRL."
Remove the "DRL" fuse from the fuse block.
Place the cover back onto the fuse block and close the hood.
push in on your dome override button twice. Note you will have to do this everytime you shut it off. the engine has to be running when you do this,this also disables the automatic headlights. Hope this helps.
i have a 98 blazer and read in the manual that you have to use the dome override button for this Dome override button has nothing to do with headlights,but with the interior lights in your vehicle. So it depends on what your problem is exactly.
DRL = daytime running lights
push the dome override button twice
Yes. During the daytime the lights will be out if the van is parked and running, but when put into a gear, the lights come on. If it's dark, the ambient light sensor recognizes the need for light and turns the lights on when the vehicle is started. The intent is to make the vehicle more visible. I've found that on my 2000 I can override the automatic lights by pressing the "Dome Override" button on the dash four times in succession. I get a single chime and the headlights go to manual control. They return to automatic control the next time the vehicle is started.
No they did not come factory equipped with daytime running lights.
the middle position of the 3 turns them off on my 01 S80
yes, I have a 2000 Chevrolet blazer and to turn the daylights (Automatic lights)of on it you have to push the "DOME OVERIDE" button until the chime sounds or until the lights go out ussually about 3 times...anymore questions just ask me at firstname.lastname@example.orgJared Mullins AKA Blazer BoyAnsweryes, I have a 2000 Chevrolet blazer and to turn the daylights (Automatic lights)of on it you have to push the "DOME OVERIDE" button until the chime sounds or until the lights go out ussually about 3 times... anymore questions just ask me at email@example.comJared Mullins AKA Blazer Boy
Hi. I have a 2002 ZR2 Blazer. The daytime running lights were driving me crazy. I like to control everything on my car, and don't like anything automatic, other than the transmission. Anyway, try this. On the panel where the headlight knob is, there is a push button. With the engine running, push the button in quickly four times. After the fourth time, there should be a chime. That is how to get into bypass mode for the running lights. If you want to bypass them, you'll need to do it every time you start the engine. Hope this helps. Mark
Yes, unless the bulbs are burned out.
Alternator is not charging the battery. When you turn on the lights the system doesn't have enough power to keep the engine running.
DRL - Daytime Running Light (relay). Found over the top of brake pedal area under dash. Used in conjunction with Automatic light Control Sensor, head lights, fog lights, and control switches to control light operations. Your automatic lights and Daytime Running Lights are controlled by this module.
To override a neutral safety switch, locate it (it should be at the base of the steering column) and remove the green and brown wire. Connecting these two wires together will bypass the safety switch and your reverse lights will turn on.
daytime running lights for chevys are automatic. you cant turn them off. all you can do is control the high and low beams.
No for US model and yes for Canadian model.
change the headlight switch it controls the running lights....$15 at autozone
Press one click on the emergency brake. This works on most GM's.
Take alook at the fuse panel and find out if there is a fuse for your day time running lights. Most vehicles have a fuse going to them.
yes, they are always on. as in most gm vehicles they have daytime running lights.
You can, but not while it's running. Before you turn your key, you have to set the parking brake, not all the way but just a bit and then start the Blazer and the lights should stay off.
Ensure relays and parking brake switch are properly functioning.
I assume you talking about DRL lighting. No. That year Sable came with an automatic system which turn on all the lights when ambient light dropped and had a delay off timer when the car was switched off.
Try pressing the emergency brake pedal one click to turn off Daytime running lights - Works in my 97
The lights on the odometer on a 1999 Chevy Blazer might not work because of a burned out fuse. They might also not work if the lights are burned out.
There is not a fuse, only a relay box, that consist of like 3 relays. One for running lights, one for bright lights, and the other is for the dim................The box can be found in the back of your glove box on the left, on the back wall. There is a fuse for your lights on the side of your dash, open the drivers door and you will see a panel on the side of your dash, all fused for Blazer is here..........