My way, the simplest and most economical way, is to turn your lights on whenever you get into the car. And turn them off when you get out. If you forget to turn them off the buzzer will sound when you open your door.
buy the DRL kit from a Ford Accessory site or dealership from 65.00-85.00 bucks depending on what you want (ie: just daytime lamps, or auto lamps w/ drl) I'm going to get the kit from an online accessory site and have my dealership install it. if it's a ford accessory, it's covered for 12 mo/12k miles..
turn on front lights and focus on road!
Simplest solution is - locate the fuse that control the DRL circuit and pull it out.
Many automotive stores carry a module that you wire into the car's headlight system that will allow the headlights to run always on when the engine is running. One such example is here. http://www.brandsonsale.com/daytime-running-light-kit.html (Google for Day Time Running Light Kit and you'll see several different options as well)
Rather than cut any wires - how about checking your fuses and simply removing the fuse that controls the Daytime Running Lights (DRL) ???
yes 2002 Ford Focus do have 2 lights on license plate
Amber warning light on ford focus
There is both a fuse and a relay in the engine compartment power panel that controls the DRL's. Simply remove either, or both. You should note that if you are in Canada, the Daytime Running Lights are MANDATORY on all vehicles sold in Canada since 1990, and disabling them may cost you a LOT of money in fines, as it is against Federal law, and the Highway Traffic Acts of most Provinces.
The screws that hold the rear lights in place on a focus are inside behind the rear pillar trim
There are more than one fuse. Which lights?
On a 2005 Ford Focus : Turn your low beam headlights on and then pull the headlight control out towards you to turn on the fog lights
How do you replace front wheel bearing on a ford focus
go to the lights and takethem out hahaha ...............lol........
Check fuses-- common circuit
In the fuse box, on the left, by the firewall.
youre driving a ford!
The dims lights may not work on a Ford Focus if the switch is defective, the wiring is damaged, or the bulb has burnt out. If both bulbs are out, it is most likely within the wiring.
Because on the door open light is a switch which says " on-off-door". Apparently yours is in the "on" position which will, in time, run your battery down.
The little triangle on the dash, in the middle.
Check your brake pads.
Driving while angry can make you have a lack of focus on the road ahead of you.
go to focushacks.com
yes, there is a difference.. you cant get a maximum focus in AC but when DC is used you can get maximum focus..
Focus on the road and keep your mind peaceful always :-)
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