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DRL Disable Question #410938 Mar 5, 10:51am Mar 5, 10:51am
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DRL Disable Question
Hey all-

I'm going to disable my DRLs with the one wire method as outlined by Toyota. This involves removing the #17 wire from the ECU harness.

Question is: Some people say they do not have hibeams after doing this. Is this true?

Reason I ask is that in the Toyota publication, there is no mention of losing the hibeams.

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Erik Johnson

Re: DRL Disable Question [Re: Erik_J] #410939 Mar 5, 10:54am Mar 5, 10:54am
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I don't think so Erik, maybe they cut the wrong wire LOL. I was reading about it too, but haven't seen any mention whatsoever about losing hibeams.


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Re: DRL Disable Question [Re: Erik_J] #410940 Mar 5, 12:05pm Mar 5, 12:05pm
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i never lost my high beams after removing the wire from the actual pin

Re: DRL Disable Question [Re: WhiteCeli] #410941 Mar 5, 12:12pm Mar 5, 12:12pm
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^^^same here..but i cut the yellow with green stripe wire under the stock stereo..near the fuse bux..still have my highbeam..


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Re: DRL Disable Question [Re: celicafourotwo] #410942 Mar 5, 12:43pm Mar 5, 12:43pm
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Thanks for the replies guys!

I guess that the people complaining about losing their hi-beams cut the wrong wire.

Thanks,
Erik Johnson

Re: DRL Disable Question [Re: Erik_J] #410943 Mar 5, 1:14pm Mar 5, 1:14pm
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Yeah its the gree+yellow wire.

Re: DRL Disable Question [Re: RookieGTS] #410944 Mar 5, 8:50pm Mar 5, 8:50pm
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i just cutted my yellow/green wire and nope, it didn't kill the hi beam and gas led, Everything working good! no more DRL grin

Re: DRL Disable Question [Re: toonie] #410945 Mar 5, 10:04pm Mar 5, 10:04pm
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yeah w/o the DRL is a cleaner look.

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