there is a relay under the hood that should disconnect the daytime running lights
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"
It could if it was built for the Canadian market. If built for the USA, no.
your US model does not have the wiring , relays etc. for daytime driving lights like the Canadian models do.
Normally only ones built for sale in Canada have DRL.
I have never known a Chrysler product to have "driving lights" ("DRL"--- daytime running lights) such as used in GM products. ??I have never known a Chrysler product to have "driving lights ( or daytime running lights -- DRL-- as ther are referred to by Gen Motors)Canadian Models do have them, but not American Models.
While driving with the early morning or early evening sun in your eyes, the daytime running lights helps you see oncoming traffic.
A simple way would be to push the park brake down 1 click. Not enough to engage the park brakes, but enough to trip the switch.
Hook your ingition power wire from the ingition harness to your head light switch (useally Green in color on GM) and it will solve your problem
You need to replace the daytime running lights control module
It was daytime.