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This is a discussion on DRLs within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; Coolio...just skimmed it real quick. Didn't read into Cutlass' post...but I'm sure it's good info...it always is...

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    Coolio...just skimmed it real quick. Didn't read into Cutlass' post...but I'm sure it's good info...it always is

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Coolio...just skimmed it real quick. Didn't read into Cutlass' post...but I'm sure it's good info...it always is
    true true....his a/c info is twisted tho just kidding cutlass
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    Thats Cutlass to you sir. Like the pirate sword or the Oldsmobile car

    I think the resistor trick is for the Camaro auto headlights and Canadian Firebird auto headlamps. The solder bridge in the DRL module is for the DRLs

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    If you only unplug the Blue connector and I don't do the solder bridge, Will the brake light go off if im low on brake fuild? i'm assuming thats a totally different circuit. mine is an A4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    Thats Cutlass to you sir. Like the pirate sword or the Oldsmobile car

    I think the resistor trick is for the Camaro auto headlights and Canadian Firebird auto headlamps. The solder bridge in the DRL module is for the DRLs
    mybad cutlass.....it was late when i posted lol

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    im going to do the solder thing this weekend, see how that goes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    Thats Cutlass to you sir. Like the pirate sword or the Oldsmobile car

    I think the resistor trick is for the Camaro auto headlights and Canadian Firebird auto headlamps. The solder bridge in the DRL module is for the DRLs
    You are correct Sir. I remembered today.

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    ok for some reason the E-brake idea doesnt work hahaha.....on to the hard way lol

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