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This is a discussion on DRLs within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; whats the fastest and Ezest way to shut off the DRLs??? i really hate those fookin lights on in the ...

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    whats the fastest and Ezest way to shut off the DRLs???

    i really hate those fookin lights on in the day time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    whats the fastest and Ezest way to shut off the DRLs???

    i really hate those fookin lights on in the day time
    A hammer and center punch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TokerM View Post
    A hammer and center punch?
    can i try it on your car first? just to make sure its tried and true

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    For my old camaro there was a part of the bcm I had to solder together to get them to stay off until I turned them on. I would try searching something along those lines and see if you get any results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000 View Post
    For my old camaro there was a part of the bcm I had to solder together to get them to stay off until I turned them on. I would try searching something along those lines and see if you get any results.
    yea i know what your talking about, i seen that way and its all BS you have to do and whatnot

    just thought i would ask if everyone found a way that was a 1-2-3 kinda thing and DONE! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    yea i know what your talking about, i seen that way and its all BS you have to do and whatnot

    just thought i would ask if everyone found a way that was a 1-2-3 kinda thing and DONE! lol
    haha. Seriously though it takes like 15 minutes and costs nothing! No big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000 View Post
    haha. Seriously though it takes like 15 minutes and costs nothing! No big deal.
    is this the same thing you did?

    http://www.bowlingss.com/LS1_How_To.htm

    the DRL how-to

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    Remove radio and unplug the blue connector . I think it was blue if I remember. There are two behind the radio I believe it was the left just unplug and check it. Only took me like.15 min. No need to cut or.ground anything my blisters.and flashes work normal.I disconnected mine over a year ago they look dumb and burn out bulbs faster. That and I didn't them on with the smoked covers and then I swapped in white less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanJM View Post
    Remove radio and unplug the blue connector . I think it was blue if I remember. There are two behind the radio I believe it was the left just unplug and check it. Only took me like.15 min. No need to cut or.ground anything my blisters.and flashes work normal.I disconnected mine over a year ago they look dumb and burn out bulbs faster. That and I didn't them on with the smoked covers and then I swapped in white less.
    that is my main reasons for this thanks for the info, ill look into that

    i have a driver side bulb i have to replace now lol most likely i have to replace the socket as well....my first one hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird-WS6 View Post
    is this the same thing you did?

    http://www.bowlingss.com/LS1_How_To.htm

    the DRL how-to
    Maybe. I thought it was the bcm that I soldered to though. I skimmed it quickly and at the end they mention you can just leave your ebrake hand up on the first notch and it will turn them off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000 View Post
    Maybe. I thought it was the bcm that I soldered to though. I skimmed it quickly and at the end they mention you can just leave your ebrake hand up on the first notch and it will turn them off.
    i heard the ebrake thing BUT idk if i like that idea lol

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    This is the process I followed. I couldn't just disconnect the connector, because the hatch release doesn't work if you do that and have a manual transmission.
    http://xse.com/leres/ss/drl.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    This is the process I followed. I couldn't just disconnect the connector, because the hatch release doesn't work if you do that and have a manual transmission.
    http://xse.com/leres/ss/drl.html
    these fucking cars are fucking wired all fucked up hahahaha.....step on the brake to hard the gas cap falls off

    ill have to look into that link cutlass

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    I thought I remember seeing someone post this as a sticky and they used a resistor under the dash where the actual sensor was.

    I could be thinking of something else though...it is late and I'm tired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    I thought I remember seeing someone post this as a sticky and they used a resistor under the dash where the actual sensor was.

    I could be thinking of something else though...it is late and I'm tired.
    i have no idea jon....

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    let me lurk a few...brb

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
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    its against my religion

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    Looks like the blue wire behind the radio works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Looks like the blue wire behind the radio works.
    yep, more or less its the same thing catlass posted (link)....will try it out this weekend and see

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