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    Default Disable DRL [Expired Topic]

    Does anyone know how to disable the DRL on a '10 Equinox? Can I just pull a fuse? It seems like that works on a lot of other GM vehicles, I just wanted to make sure.

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    Check in your owner's manual for fuse names and locations. DRL should be listed; just pull the corresponding fuse/fuses, and see what happens.
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