DRL - Daytime Running Lights
You can buy a DRL module for a Honda Civic 2002 LX at most auto part stores. Salvage yards also carry the item.
Your daytime running lights (DRL) are on.
You probably need a new DRL module and/or DRL relay.In some instances the module is fixible.
under the dash (left hand side), behind the hood release
Typically one cannot disable a drl on the 2003 Honda Accord because it is a required safety feature. To disable the drl you would have to take it to any Honda service center and have them disable the drl for you. They would have to disconnect the required attachments to successfully disable the drl without compromising the rest of the mechanisms.
yeah i get that too still trying to figure out what caused that but i believe it all started when my car battery died
The DRL Module is located at the LH Rocker Panel left of the brake, under and just below the dash. The DRL Module and the DRL Relay are side-by-side.
6Exact same problem. I'm not sure how to fix quite yet, but I do know. It's the Daytime Running Lights "DRL" Notice if you turn on your lights the DRL light turns off. There's ome sort of daytime running lights box that's starting to go. It's about 200 bux to fix at a dealership. But there's gotta be a better way.
I've got an older model than yours, but couldn't you simply pull the fuse that controls the DRL circuit?
Beside the ECU under the passender side carpet
It is possible - you must splice the fog light power leads into the DRL circuit and they should come on as the DRL's would.
If you lift your ebrake handle one notch, it will not engage the brake, but it will turn off your drl's. Or you could always pull the fuse.. :)
It is not a warning light. The DRL stands for Daytime Running Lights and will always be on unless you turn on your dashboard lights.
DRL are your Daytime Running Lights
Box located to left of rad which has DRL fuse.
There is a fuse that protects that circuit. Remove the fuse - the DRL's go out. .
No, That's GM's silly idea that keeps breaking. Ford did not use DRL's in 2001.
Yes but you may have to research the bulb. It appears that the DRL's are 4114's but I cannot find a 4114-A. Amber can face front legally on vehicles.
DRL stands for Daytime Running Lamps.
Open the glove compartment, look past the center of the box, attached to the dash interior. You'll see a blue plug connected to a black box.
DRL = daytime running lights
DRL usually stands for Daytime Running Lights
drl main relay location at left side of the dash panel , you can not disable drl from relay No. 5 , I will tell you how to disable drl Toyota echo . first you pull out toward you the dash panel cover , it will come out easy , you will find at left side of panel two small boxes fixed on a bar , first one is red door lock/ unlock relay , you have to loose from bar to reach the second one which is black , that black one is drl main relay , only you have to take out harrness and no drl any more but in this case your parking brake lights will not go on if you use park brake , another way you can cut the red wire in harness pin 12 and return back harness to relay , your parking brake light will be working only you disable drl , hope you understand ?
to the right of steering wheel columb it will say on the switch 'drl'