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Maka Sep 1, 2:29pm - #264476 

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hey maybe you guys can help me out. I have a 2000 gt and my head lights come on automatically at night. Is there any way of shutting them off so I can turn them on when I want to?

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Originally Posted by Maka

hey maybe you guys can help me out. I have a 2000 gt and my head lights come on automatically at night. Is there any way of shutting them off so I can turn them on when I want to?


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Maka Sep 1, 3:37pm - #264478 

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it is not my DTL but auto night headlights, I shut off my DTL Now I need to shut my auto night light off
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what the heck.. if you disable the DRL it usually disables the night ones too... you must of cut the wrong wire!
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Maka Sep 1, 3:43pm - #264480 

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maybe I just did something wrong oops grin

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Sultan Sep 1, 4:35pm - #264481 

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disabling the DRL's will fix your dilemma - if it didn't then you cut the wrong wire...
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biotoxzen Sep 1, 5:37pm - #264482 

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There's a red sensor on the top of your dash near the windshield. Thats a light sensor and when its dark it turns on your headlights. Try disconnecting that.

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Maka Sep 1, 7:13pm - #264483 

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Originally Posted by biotoxzen
There's a red sensor on the top of your dash near the windshield. Thats a light sensor and when its dark it turns on your headlights. Try disconnecting that.

Do you know how? thumbsdown thumbsup

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biotoxzen Sep 1, 7:48pm - #264484 

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Sorry man i dont. I just remember reading in the manual that sensor controls the lights.

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Haulin_A_Doo Sep 1, 7:53pm - #264485 
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Just pull your parking brake up 1 notch before you start the car. Now your headlights will work manually & your DRL's are off. thumbsup thumbsup

This is what you do at the drive-inn! grin
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biotoxzen Sep 1, 8:14pm - #264486 

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lol thumbsup

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fonz182 Sep 1, 8:40pm - #264487 

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Originally Posted by Sultan
disabling the DRL's will fix your dilemma - if it didn't then you cut the wrong wire...

thumbsup it will also disable the light sensor.
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CaLiGTS Sep 1, 8:42pm - #264488 

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