You cannot. They are built into the SJB (smart junction box) in the driver kickpanel. They are not separately fused and do not have a dedicated relay. I drive my 2006 Taurus with the parking brake clicked just enough to disable them. The chime alerts me to the brake application when the car is moving but DOES stop after a few minutes. My Ford dealer said "we cannot delete your DRL's because they are a safety feature". I argued that GM vehicles have on/off DRL switches and not all cars have DRL's because there are NO mandates. I told Ford that if I saw the DRL's when I bought my car - that alone would have been a deal-breaker.
Check the daytime running lights module. This has failed with other manufactures resulting in lights that stay on, or are very dim while the vehicle is running.
Try a hammer.
The part number for a 2000 Chrysler daytime running lights relay will be different for each manufacturer. Standard Motor Products sells this part as number RY-254.
Behind the front drivers side bumper reinforcment bar.
Your car probably has daytime running lights which operate at 60% of full power.
It could be a number of things. First check all of the fuses. It could be the module which controls the lights but it needs to be checked out. There is also a relay for the daytime running lights on your car i would check into that if all fuses are good.
All you have to do is engage the parking brake just so it's up 1 notch so it's not stopping you. Turn the car on, daytime lights will be off, still manually adjustable.
We have both a 2000 Safari and Astro and the lights turns off the same in both vans. To the left of the lights knob there is a button you can press to turn the dome lights on and off. If you press it 4 times it will turn your running lights off. The headlights automatically turn on in our vans and they are turned off the same way.
Yes push the small button quickly 4 times located below the headlamp Knob
How do you turn off running lights on 2000 Toyota 4runner?"
yes. it has a sensor on the dashboard up close to the windshield. when the light is low enough, your headlights turn on automatically