Question about Nissan Maxima
Daytime running lights module location
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sorry to inform you, but I have been trying to solve this problem for a customer of mine who is in the military. Subaru will not release any information on how to do this.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
Sounds more like a stuck high beam relay. Daytime running lights module appeared sometime after '99 year. The relay should be in the fuse compartment. Pull it out to check that it is only the high beam that is on. Pull the low beam relay and place in the high beam location. If it turns on the high beams again, then try the dimmer switch to see if they go out. If that has no effect, then there is a sneak path somewhere that is turning the relay on.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
follow the wires to the drl relay. It must be inline from the regular light switch to the headlamps. I have a 1990 Cadillac Deville that has an aftermarket module that controls the daytime running lamps, and it is mounted on the driver's side wheel well.
Some relays are found in the fuse box under the hood.
If your daytime running lamps burnt out, take it to an electrical shop and ask them to check it out.
If you buy an aftermarket daytime running lamp kit, they can install it for you.
But, I agree, you should check for voltage and function at the relay for the daytime running lamps on your Astro.
But, if all else fails, the electrical shop should be able to diagnose and repair this problem.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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The ambient light sensor indicates daylight.
The vehicle is not in the PARK position.
When the above conditions are met, the lamp control module (LCM) supplies battery positive voltage (B+) to the low beam headlamps through CKT 589 (GRY), the DRL resistor, and CKT 12 (TAN). The DRL resistor reduces the voltage supplied by the LCM. The low beam headlamps light at a reduced intensity. The DRL disable if the vehicle is placed in the PARK position. When the ambient light sensor indicates darkness, the low beam headlamps automatically switch from a reduced intensity to a regular intensity.
Lamp Control Module (LCM)
In the center of the IP, below the center heater outlets
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