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How do you disconnect daytime running lights on all models?

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2006-04-12 00:32:08
2006-04-12 00:32:08

THE DAYTIME RUMMING LIGHT CONTROL BOX IS ON THE DRIVER SIDE BEHIND THE BATTRIE I HAVE BEEN TOLD THAT IT IS HELD IN WITH THREE 10 MM SCREWS ONE CAN BE SEEN THE OTHER TWO ARE UNDER THE BLACK PLASTIC COVER. WHEN UNPLUGED THE INSIDE DRL LIGHT ON THE DASH WILL LIGHT UP AND STAY LIT MY PROBLEM HAS LEAD ME TOO FIND IT FROM ANOTHER WEB SITE.GOOD LUCK

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