Question about 2000 Chevrolet Tracker
Daytime running lights won't turn off when you turn off the car. had to unplug the fuse to headlights and put them back in every time i drive at night
Either the headlamp switch is bad or the DRL module? I would have a qualified shop check it for you and recommend repairs, you dont want to guess and pay for uneeded parts.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
I have a 2000 lumina,hated my day time running lights,took a couple hours to figure it out ,if you truck is similar there is a specfic fuse for them mine was in a fuse panel located on the side of the dash panel on the passenger side,you can only see it when the door is open,look in your manual for fuse locations,the only other thing would be a relay stuck closed or the main headlight on off switch on the dash is malfunctioning,another thing i notice with my chevy is once in a while i shut it off and remove the key,and my stereo will still be on ,so i grab the ignition and move it a little and it locks in the off position and then everything is off,you have the same ignition,it may be doing something similar and you just arent seeing obvious sighns ,pull the ignition fuse instead of the headlight fuse,if they go off ,the ignition might be the problem
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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