Where is the daytime running lights module located on a 1995 neon?
The Daytime Running Lights module (DRL) is located behind and
below the radio in all Gen 1 Neons (at least the Canadian
versions). Remove the console faceplate by just pulling it off.
Remove the Radio with a 10 mm socket. You may be able to continue
without unplugging the radio, but it's easier to access if you
The DRL is bolted on an angle to the lower rear of where the radio sits. Two 10 mm bolts also hold it in place, you will be easily able to see the left hand one.. the right will be more difficult. Both can be accessed by inserting your 10 mm socket on and extension through the bolt access holes under the radio housing. Be careful not to lose the bolts when you've released them, as fishing them out from the shifter console will be annoying at best!
The DRL is connected by one large rectangular connector... it just unclips and pulls off. You will lose your daytime running lights and High Beam indicator once removed, however all other headlight functions will remain.
They should come on automatically when the vehicle is in operation. If they're not, you might have an electrical problem. If your vehicle is a U.S. vehicle and you want daytime running lights, you must purchase a daytime running lights (drl) module for about $50. and place it in the fuse area off the driver's side dash. Remove the hi beam module and then find someone with a Jeep/Chrysler computer that can flash your computer…