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How do you disconnect the daytime driving lights on a 2003 Dodge Caravan?

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2006-11-24 17:39:44
2006-11-24 17:39:44

You should be able to pull the fuse for the daytime running lights to disable them. Probably located in the fuse panel under the hood. There should be a picture on the inside of the lid which tells you which fuse is which.

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there is a relay under the hood that should disconnect the daytime running lights


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It could if it was built for the Canadian market. If built for the USA, no.


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well 1st off, you need to look @ the info. sicker on the side of your driver side door. it has the weight of the van tire size and all of that jazz. at bottom sticker it will say what country your caravan was made in. if your dodge caravan was made in the good ol US of A then your out of luck. if it says your caravan was made in CANADA then you might be in luck. take your Canadian made caravan to your local dodge - jeep - or Chrysler dealer and for a reasonable fee that should tell you if your day time running lights can be activated or not. im a HUGE FAN of day time running lights my self and im looking @ purchessing a 2007 grand caravan SXT and it will be equipped with factory daytime running lights or i won't buy it! starting 1990 Canada requires by law that all Canadian cars manufactors equip their cars with daytime running lights. I think its HIGH TIME THE USA DID THE SAME! good luck 2 u. ;-)


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Try pressing the emergency brake pedal one click to turn off Daytime running lights - Works in my 97


could be two things bad earth behind the dash or on the lights. Or if you control your lights on a stem coming off the steering column that could be faulty? it is indicating your daytime driving lights are on


I believe that is a defective daytime running lamp (DRL) module



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