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How do you disable drl on 2003 Honda Accord?

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2013-07-15 22:06:30
2013-07-15 22:06:30

Typically one cannot disable a drl on the 2003 Honda Accord because it is a required safety feature. To disable the drl you would have to take it to any Honda service center and have them disable the drl for you. They would have to disconnect the required attachments to successfully disable the drl without compromising the rest of the mechanisms.

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In mine there is a fuse in the underdash fuse box (#18) - remove that fuse. NOTE: Make sure that it is lawful to disable this safety feature where you reside.


I found this web site on DRL, check it out. http://www.lightsout.org/disable.html



under the dash (left hand side), behind the hood release


push the overide swithch 2 times



The fuse to disable the DRL system is located in the passenger side fuse box near the glove box.


Simple: Remove fuse #15. It is labeled DRL/FOG. If you have fog lights you will lose those too.


First off, as of July, 2005, there are no federal laws in the US that mandate DRLs on passenger vehicles. If your dealer refuses to disconnect your DRLs, saying "they're a mandatory safety item," then your dealer is lying. 2006 Honda Accord. It's very easy to disable the DRL on the 2006 Accord Coupe. I can only guess that sedans are probably the same. I have done it w/no ill effects other than what I will note. Simply pull fuse #3 from the interior fuse box. It's a 10 amp fuse in the bottom row 3rd from the left. It's clearly shown in the owner's manual. The only downside is that it causes a DRL warning light in the instrument panel to light. It is supposed to tell you there is a problem w/the DRL circuit. It does turn off when you have the headlights on (but not the parking lights). I don't find that the warning light is overly annoying (though that is subjective), especially since it turns off when the headlights are on. 1997 and later Honda/Acura. To disable the highbeam DRL for all Hondas/Acuras 1997 model year or later, just look for the DRL fuse in the fuse box under the dash. It should be a 7.5A fuse. There is another one that is 10A, but it doesn't need to be removed. This worked for both a 1997 Honda CRV Canadian version and 2004 Acura RSX.


drl main relay location at left side of the dash panel , you can not disable drl from relay No. 5 , I will tell you how to disable drl Toyota echo . first you pull out toward you the dash panel cover , it will come out easy , you will find at left side of panel two small boxes fixed on a bar , first one is red door lock/ unlock relay , you have to loose from bar to reach the second one which is black , that black one is drl main relay , only you have to take out harrness and no drl any more but in this case your parking brake lights will not go on if you use park brake , another way you can cut the red wire in harness pin 12 and return back harness to relay , your parking brake light will be working only you disable drl , hope you understand ?


You can buy a DRL module for a Honda Civic 2002 LX at most auto part stores. Salvage yards also carry the item.


Remove no. 11 circuit breaker from fuse box under hood!!


Under the carpet where the front seat passenger puts their feet.



I found it! Do a search on "How does one disable the DRL daylight running lights option on the 2001 Toyota Sienna?" The 2001 is the same (as far as I know) as the 2003. They changed Toyota Sienna in 2004. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_does_one_disable_the_DRL_daylight_running_lights_option_on_the_2001_Toyota_Sienna&updated=1&waNoAnsSet=2 Anyway, look up "How does one disable the DRL daylight running lights option on the 2001 Toyota Sienna?" and that will answer your question. I did it on mine and it works! Here are some website's I found that have the procedures for disabling the DRL on 1999 - 2003 headlights: http://www.pnw4runners.net/fj/tsb/2000_disable_drl.pdf http://www.c7performance.com/techinfo/tsb/TSB_DRL_REMOVE.pdf http://www.yotatech.com/~corey/tech/ducky_drl/ducky.htm http://www.geocities.com/mistertwo@sbcglobal.net/tsb/El011-00/El011-00.htm http://vamp.darkravers.net/cpg/displayimage.php?album=107&pos=6


You probably need a new DRL module and/or DRL relay.In some instances the module is fixible.


To stop running the DRL daytime running lights in the 2005 Toyota Echo the headlight relay needs to be modified. The DRL module on the relay needs to be cut and relay inserted into the harness.


There is plug on air line marked drl next to fuse box


I've got an older model than yours, but couldn't you simply pull the fuse that controls the DRL circuit?


The simplest way to do it would be to cut the DRL wires to the headlamp assemblies. The more complex way would be to locate and remove the DRL circuit board under the dash.


In the fuse panel on the driver's side dash.


Beside the ECU under the passender side carpet


Disconnect the DRL resistor. It is located on the driver side of the engine bay behind the airbox. You may have to remove the air box. The DRL resistor resembled a "U" shape. You cannot miss it.


you don't, why would you want to? It is much safer to drive with lights on at all times. that is why they design them like that!


under the center console way under it



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