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Running lights come on at start up and stay on ... I have a trailer brake Reese after market (dealer of the trailer installed it) detached it and no difference...

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  • longorialv Apr 24, 2009

    No day time lights... its just the back ones and sometimes it does it and sometimes not

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Most newer vehicles are equipped with daytime running lights as a safety feature , this may be a normal condition. ( come on when started and remain on until vehicle is shut off ) call dealer and ask them if this year and model came equipped with this feature they should know. peace S.R.

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