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    How does a person turn off there daytime driving light???

    Hi I currently own a 2003 subaru wrx and i was wandering how to turn off the daytime driving lights?? does anyone know. ppl have told me so many different ways but i just dont get it. If anyone know plz help me by replying... thank you...

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    Try www.scoobymods.com

    They should have a how-to there.
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    They're called daytime running lights. Not that it makes a differnce cause everyone will know what you're talking about either way, but for searching, try that or DRL. You'll find it. Just take apart your dash and disconnect the relay that everyone says to.
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    baseball bat to the headlights
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    Quote Originally Posted by Z3RO
    baseball bat to the headlights
    You should start a thread on ghetto mods. Might not be the right way, but its done quickly.
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    I just found your thread so you may not even get this info but here it goes.
    On my 05 the DRL module is on the pass side behind the glove box on the top right. Turn the light switch on and off while you listen by the glove box and put you hand up behind the glove box all the way to the right, you will hear the DRL mod turning on and off [sounds just like a relay opening and closing] and your hand will feel the box [about 4"x4" in size] clicking then all you have to do is unplug it-no jumping any curcuits or rewiring needed-now 2 things 1] this is how/where the 05 DRL is
    and 2] my directions are from a person [me] that works everyday in the audio/video business so excuse me if I haven't given the best directions or make it sound easy or the proceedure is weak in description because I am use to telling people that also do this everyday. If you need more help e-mail and I'll try to walk you thru it. Good luck !!!!!

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