Refer to owners manual. If not should be located under the hood in a black box drives side fender . The lid has a release and the main fuses are in there. Turn the lid over a map of the fuses is there
Check the daytime running light module
You have to remove dayltime light sensors, or reprogramm the computer. Also you can find the fuse for daytime lights and remove it.
A daytime running light module (DRL) is a unit that controls a 2-4 headlight system on most standard vehicles. On the 1999 Ford Ranger, the module can be found in front of the left wheel well on the front side of the rad support.
Yes it should while running apply parking brake should go out also should have a little green light on in the instrument cluster when running to indicate being on
Loose connection SOMEWHERE. It could be a defective DRL (daytime Running Light) module
I'm not a mechanic/technician but I believe that is a defective daytime running lamp (DRL) module
I have never seen one. If you want them off you have to press on the emergency brake a little.
I take it you have daytime running lights , if so by engaging the emergency / parking brake the daytime running lights should go off
They are daytime running lights. They are always on so people can always see you. Its a safety thing. Newer trucks have specific daytime running lights.
Just remove the DRL fuse in the fuse box, If your wanting to turn lights off while driving.
I just had the same problem and replaced the daytime running lamp module. Ford part # xl2z-15a272-ab. This part is located behind the drivers side head light and gotten to thru the wheel well.
from what I've found the only way to shut off your daytime running lights is to put on the e-brake, or take out the fuse, which isn't the best idea. the daytime running lights will also usually not work if there is a blown hi-beam light
Yes, Mine went our last year. Had to replace the the 'DRL' (daytime running light) diode located above the stearing column down by the brake pedal. Good Luck DCH
it sounds like the relay under the hood next to the fuse panel is stuck on replace it the owners manual will tell you witch one
As soon as the engine is started and the emergency / parking brake is released the daytime running lights are supposed to come on
go right underneath the light and there should be a panel where 2 or 3 screws are take those off and u should be able to get to the light bulb, you have to twist holder which the lightbulb is in
For a 1999 Mercury Tracer : In the passenger compartment fuse panel The panel is labelled " CIGAR " and will be a 20 amp fuse
mash the emergency brake one click and that should turn them off
This may sound funny, but make sure the parking brake is completely releasedAnswerThe daytime running lights have a fuse, relay, control module, and a diode. The last three are located under the left side of the instrument panel. They will all need to be checked. You may also have a short or open in the DRL circuit. since the high beams are working and they are the same bulbs as the DRL's.
Check bulbs--Low been element could be burned out Check fuse for daytime running light module, make sure your park brake is not part way on. Or module may be bad. High beam's are not controled by module, that is the reason thy still weork.
The most effective method involves the use of a craftsman 22 oz. ballpeen hammer.