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Old 05-23-2016, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default 04-08 TSX Drl (daytime running lights)?

Hello everyone. Been searching for a write up on how to make our high beams into daytime running light under low voltage but couldn't find nothing. I know the 09 to 12 or whatever tsx has them, the new accords and civics why didn't Honda put them in our 04-08 tsx.
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The new 2016 Accord and Civic are all touch screens and the DRL are defaults. If you go to the drive-in, this is not a desirable situation. You DO NOT need to pull the fuse. Just put the car in park or use the emergency break and start the car. Your DRL would be disabled. This is what the drive-in manager announced over the loud speaker. We tried it. BAM! It worked.
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