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gdz_car Feb 5, 8:51am - #97692 
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Turn Off Lights

does any1 know how to turn off the drl's or the auto lights at night

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but i love the auto lights

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Proffitt Feb 5, 9:27am - #97693 

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If you want to disable them for good there is an explaination on how to do it in the Tech Info area.
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round2gts Feb 6, 3:30am - #97694 

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i really like the auto lights because i am lasy but i do want to be ale to turn them off while driving. you kno in case of the cops on my assi could turn them off and give them a run.

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Elec-FuYu Feb 6, 5:21am - #97695 
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^ ya...they should make it so we can turn it off...
some cars (in tw) have auto on feature, and you can turn that feature off by pressing a button for serveral secs then it turns the feature off...

i really hope toyota'd include that feature.

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Doppelganger Feb 6, 6:32pm - #97696 

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Originally Posted by Proffitt
If you want to disable them for good there is an explaination on how to do it in the Tech Info area.


I imagine you could also add a switch so that instead of permanently disabling them you could deactivate it whenever you want.

Other than tampering with the circuit, you could leave the e-brake engaged (just one click, so it doesn't actually interfere with your ability to drive). If you start the car with the e-brake engaged, the lights don't come on automatically until you release the e-brake.
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cRodz Feb 6, 11:23pm - #97697 
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ANYONE PLEASE if i disable my DRL will the auto lights stop working? confused
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Chiller Feb 7, 5:30am - #97698 
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Originally Posted by cRodz
ANYONE PLEASE if i disable my DRL will the auto lights stop working? confused


yeah, they won't work anymore sorry. I did mine and I like it a lot better!!!

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xmangt1 Feb 8, 3:37am - #97699 

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You will have to manually turn your lights on & off. I like it better. You can drive with only your parking lights on this way.(or all lights off)

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Anonymous Feb 8, 3:46am - #97700 
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I tried to mount a switch and it didnt seem to work. I wired it straight from those yellow wires you cut. If you dont like it you can always connect them back together.
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xmangt1 Feb 8, 3:55am - #97701 

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Hey Spyder, it's only 1 wire you cut!!!
I think it's yellow/green
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Elec-FuYu Feb 8, 4:14am - #97702 
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Originally Posted by xmangt1
Hey Spyder, it's only 1 wire you cut!!!
I think it's yellow/green

does this work with 2003? anyone?

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xmangt1 Feb 8, 4:23am - #97703 

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Sure why not? It's a yellow wire with a green stripe. I think there's also a yellow wire with a blue stripe. Don't get them confused! It's a very simple mod
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Elec-FuYu Feb 8, 4:25am - #97704 
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Originally Posted by xmangt1
Sure why not? It's a yellow wire with a green stripe. I think there's also a yellow wire with a blue stripe. Don't get them confused! It's a very simple mod

icic~ where it's placed? ive seen it somewhere in [email]ecelica..@@[/email] lazy to check... tongue

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xmangt1 Feb 8, 4:30am - #97705 

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Go to the Installs forum & scroll down to "Lights,Disable DRL" I can actually see the wire in the pic! Thanks to Isaac!

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yea its only 1 wire
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Elec-FuYu Feb 8, 4:42am - #97707 
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grinthx for da help guys~

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xmangt1 Feb 8, 4:44am - #97708 

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U got it!
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cRodz Feb 8, 6:41am - #97709 
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isnt there a way for me to turn off the drl's w/o turning off the auto ones ? confused
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xmangt1 Feb 8, 6:48am - #97710 

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If you turn on your regular headlights, the DRL's are already off!
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