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Daylight Running Lights


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Hi all 

My Daylight Running Lights do not work I have checked the fuses they are ok 

Could they have been disabled ? If so any ideas how ?

Stay safe and well

Stephen

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Daylight running wasn't a option on UK spec cars, guessing you have aftermarket lights which could be down to the installation, either to the side light or separate switch or not even wired in.   

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3 minutes ago, VVTI said:

Daylight running wasn't a option on UK spec cars, guessing you have aftermarket lights which could be down to the installation, either to the side light or separate switch or not even wired in.   

Mine is a Japanese import would that make a difference as it looks like there is a sensor o the top of the dashboard near the dial cluster

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15 minutes ago, VVTI said:

Definitely not standard headlights, mines the same cheap aftermarket ones. So need to check the wiring and bulbs I’m afraid 

Tbh I'm not that bothered about them working just curious

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