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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-20-2012, 10:21 AM Thread Starter
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head and taillights always on.

It appears the headlights and taillights are always on. Is there a way to turn these off during the day or is this "just the way it is".
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Search for the drl disable mod. Easy plug to undo in the passenger footwell

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It appears the headlights and taillights are always on. Is there a way to turn these off during the day or is this "just the way it is".
I made the mistake after driving with the headlights on of not hitting both light buttons after removing the key from the ignition. The parking lights, DRL, remained on.

The Elise was also peculiar in this way when it came to turning the lights on/off.

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OK.......I am really going to show my stupidity. What is the drl disable mod and exactly where in the passenger footwell is this
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Here is the old thread:

How to disable DRL on 2011+ Federal Evoras

There are several approaches documented. Study all the solutions and pick the one you like best.

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