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How do you disconnect drl on Honda CR-V 2009?

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2009-07-07 02:15:00
2009-07-07 02:15:00

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

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In case you want to disconnect it you can just pull out the 7.5 daylight fuse under the dash. There is another fuse market 10 that does not need to be pulled.


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.




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


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


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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.


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.


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


DRL are your Daytime Running Lights


DRL stands for Daytime Running Lamps.


The DRL Module is located at the LH Rocker Panel left of the brake, under and just below the dash. The DRL Module and the DRL Relay are side-by-side.


DRL usually stands for Daytime Running Lights


DRL = daytime running lights


yeah i get that too still trying to figure out what caused that but i believe it all started when my car battery died


Open the glove compartment, look past the center of the box, attached to the dash interior. You'll see a blue plug connected to a black box.


to the right of steering wheel columb it will say on the switch 'drl'



you can if you get it from canada, only they will have it on their del sol's. the u.s. does not have that option but you can put them on.


Will affect highbeam light on gauge cluster, MAY also affect low beams..


It is located under the steering wheel. Grey Box with a Blue socket. Disconnect it and push it up and the grey box comes right out. I hope that helps


DRL modules are like fuses...they are inexpensive, & usually replaced, not repaired.


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


On a 2008, fuse 13 (10 amp) located inside the fuse box in the engine bay controls your DRL. Removing it should disable your lights.



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