How do you turn off daytime running lights in a ford explorer 2003?
If the Explorer is running engaging the parking brake is supposed to turn the
daytime running lights off , otherwise the daytime running lights are supposed to shut
off when the engine is shut off .
I have a 2004, Eddie Bauer Explorer. On the light switch itself, there is a selection to turn on or off the day lights, as well as the extended, courtesy lights after ignition is turned off.
there is a number of things that could cause this. here are a few easy ones to check. is the e-brake fully disengaged. are the bulbs burnt out. is the wiring harness plugged into the daytime lights bulbs and in good condition. if these check out, you may have a fault in the daytime running light module.
These are called daytime running lamps it is for safety reasons ====================================================== if you want them to not come on all the time, then remove the fuse labeled "DRL" (daytime running lights). It is located in the fuse panel on the right side of the dash with the passenger door open
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Is it a fault when the parking and number plate light comes on when the handbrake is disengage in a Toyota corolla S 2003 which has the engine running?
Probably not. Many newer vehicles have a similar feature that allows certain lights, usually the daytime running lights (headlight switch is off, but headlights are on low intensity high beam) and related ones, to turn off when the parking brake is engaged. I suspect that you will find that your daytime running headlights do the same thing. It is simply the vehicle 'realising' that the parking brake is on and, therefore, the running lights are…