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wires #67236 Dec 9, 3:25pm Dec 9, 3:25pm

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Is there a special way to count wire numbers? I want to disable my DRLs and i have to find wire 17 but i dont know how to count wires.

Re: wires #67237 Dec 9, 3:36pm Dec 9, 3:36pm
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there is a "wire guide" in the tech info of this site..but if you can understand it you're a genius.

Re: wires #67238 Dec 9, 3:51pm Dec 9, 3:51pm

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Then can anyone tell me what wire it is. Like how many down and on the left or right side. I have an 03 auto.

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Once you have it unplugged, you will want to cut wire #17. This wire is Yellowish with a green stripe. You will want to cut it about a inch or two away from the harness connector, so you can reattach it if you sell the car, etc


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Re: wires [Re: DiabloGTS] #67240 Dec 9, 7:26pm Dec 9, 7:26pm
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Looks like this, minus those round green wire crimps.
I tried to put a switch on. It can't be done this way.

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Re: wires [Re: MxReb0] #67241 Dec 9, 7:33pm Dec 9, 7:33pm

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I got it. I just started cutting the yellow wires and reconnected the ones that weren't it. But is there a way to put a switch on DRLs. Its a nice feature but it just pisses me off sometimes when you cant turn them off.

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Yeah, it is annoying that you can't turn them off. Like when you're pulling out of someone's driveway really late, and you don't want to disturb their parents.
I reconnected mine because I really enjoy being lazy about turning them on and never having to worry about leaving them on at night (awesome feature!).
To make a switch, it would have to go straight to the relay. It probably is one of those wires in there going to the fuse box.
afaik, that yellow-green wire is a controll wire that goes high the first time the parking break goes down after the car starts and stays high. DRL is active as long as that signal is high. It stays high as long as the car is on, even if disconected.


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