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Old 01-20-2011, 08:15 PM   #1
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Default DRL light stays on in my 06 civic!!!

Does anyone know why my drl light stays on in my car? If so, how would I get rid of it, I'm tired of seeing it there. I heard it could be a relay or It has it's own box or something? Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!!
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Old 01-20-2011, 08:56 PM   #2
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DRL light on your dash?
Does your DRL actually work?
Replace bulbs.
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pull a fuse..i believe its 35...check your owners manual man! and search next time this has been covered before!
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It's fuse #37.
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Default Re: DRL light stays on in my 06 civic!!!

I leave mine on that way you don't have to be bothered to turn on lights when you go thru construction or put the wipers on.

In Pa you are required to put the lights on in construction zones and you must put the lights on when it's raining, sounds stupid to me but that is Pa law.

Having DRL eliminates the problem of having to put on the lights, and remembering to shut them off later...
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WTF?????? ^^^

DRL= one of the high beams is out....
replace light bulb, if thats not the problem, then you should be able to look the wiring harness... it has nothing to do with the fuses.... i think!!!!!

good luck...
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Old 11-08-2013, 04:34 PM   #7
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I have same problem. My right high beam light is not working even After replaced the bulb. I read somewhere that the relay is defective. Anyone knows where is the relay and what it looks like. Help pls.
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