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This is a discussion on Auto Headlights within the Stereo and Electronics forums, part of the General Help category; I want to disable the auto headlights (turns the headlights on when it's dark) on my Grand Prix. Can I ...

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    I want to disable the auto headlights (turns the headlights on when it's dark) on my Grand Prix. Can I just cut the wires and be done with it? Will this cause problems?

    This is the same as the Camaro headlights, so yeah...

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    No one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls1camino View Post
    No one?
    what year GP?

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    On the camaro you can just put the e-break on the first click and it will keep the lights off but not engage the break... dont know if it will work like this on the GP

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    Do not cut the wires!! There is a DRL fuse in the fuse box. If I remember correctly, its in the fuse box located in the glove box. The fuse should be labeled DRL. Pull it out and you will no longer have DRL's or auto headlights, and there are no bad side effects

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    He wes would this work on the camaro?

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    on my 99 gtp the DRL diod went bad but it did not affect the auto lamps at night. Don't know if they are on the same box. you could try removing the trigger wire to the head light relay and that would keep them off. Not sure if it will keep the parking lights from comming on you would have to look at a wire diagram.

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    i believe you can just replace it with a reg bulb or if youre really on a budget just a small piece of wire and tape it up which will only disable the light sensor, wont mess up anything else----> http://xse.com/leres/ss/drl.html hope thats what ur talkin about

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    Quote Originally Posted by KING Z28 HAWK View Post
    He wes would this work on the camaro?
    Not sure, never tried it on an F-body.

    Are your DRL's your headlights on the Camaro or just the parking lights like on a Firebird??

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