Here is the real deal. You do need the euroswitch however this breaks it down for you. Its a little confusing and tech heavy for some. However everything is nicely labelled in VWs.
http://gti-vr6.net/library/electrical/disabling_DRL_on_98.HTML(The old answer below)i am not a mechanic but i have played one on t.v. in all seriousness, the only way i know how to disable the pesky day time running lights is a euro fog switch. kind of hard to find and pretty expensive too. the euro-switch has two fog light functions and will disable those lights. how? i don't know..... what i do know is you can find the switch on eBay from time to time for around 60.00 bucks. the dealer charges in excess of 200 bucks if they have it. try the british eBay as well. good luck
The new Polo (2011) does not have "Daytime driving lights". It is fitted with "Permanent driving lights". The lights on cars with Daytime running lights can be switched off by using one of the stalks on the steering wheel, or by removing a fuse (daytime driving lights are on a seperate light circuit) Permanent driving lights cannot be switched off. If hte fuse is removed it will disable your headlights and backlights altogether. The only way to disable it is to remove the rotary light switch and cover the pin marked "TFL"
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