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1993 chev truck (no daytime driving lights)

I dont know where to find the relays or what runs the daytime driving lights .They dont work at all .
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Below the radio in the dash there is the module looks like a heat sink has a 10mm headed bolt holding it to the dash frame very common for these to burn out

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