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How to stop DRL on my LS430 2001 ??

I want to stop the day running light on my car without going to the dealer or some programmer. I want to do it my self. Is there any easy way to do it ??

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  • hussain al ajmi Dec 30, 2012

    There must be a nother way... without un-pluging the bulbs

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All you have to do is unplug them

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