Saturn S-Series

Is there a way to turn off the Day-time Lights on a Saturn SL2?

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2008-11-25 00:11:06
2008-11-25 00:11:06

most cars you just have to pull emergency brake handle one click or two That last answer is false, lol. Find the fusebox, that should be located in a black box under your hood usually on the drivers side. Open the lid and in the inside of the lid, not the box, it will show you where the daytime running lights fuse is located. After your sure you found it ( and do be sure) pull it out and vwala. actually both are true, it just depends on how you want to do it, the easiest way is the emergency brake up 1 or 2 clicks, dont worry, this does not apply the brakes at all, on the other hand, if you dont want to do that then go with answer 2, but 1 is the easiest, the make of your car does matter here as well (if its an automatic or a manual)

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