how do i turn the daytime running lights off on my 2003 toyota corolla

Asked by kustomkel Mar 09, 2015 at 03:27 PM about the 2003 Toyota Corolla S

Question type: General

my lights come on automatically when the car starts, there must be some way to turn the
lights of with the car running ???
any help or advice is greatlty appreicated

3 Answers

The DRL's can be disabled, the headlight module is behind the glovebox, and you pull it out and cut off the pin for DRL's. Only problem is I don't know which pin, but dealer can tell you

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Try pulling the emergency brake before starting your vehicle. This turns the driving lights off on my 2012 Toyota Corolla. Some suggested pulling the emergency brake by only one click before starting the vehicle and this will allow someone to drive with them off. I don’t know if this would affect the braking system somehow or not. I only want my DL off when I have to have my vehicle running while parked at night.

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