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How do I shut of My Daytime Running lights if not Driving? [Expired Topic]

Discussion in 'Chevy Suburban Forum (GMC Yukon XL)' started by crappieaeg, Aug 14, 2006.

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  1. crappieaeg

    crappieaeg New Member

    Hello: I am new to this Fourm, and bought my 1998 Suburban
    in January with 159,000 miles on it, I know its a lot of miles, but
    even with the rebuilt rear end, it was in my Price range. I have had a
    few minor problems, nothing you wouldn't find with anything else, Steering sensor, blower motor, windsheild wiper module. power steering pump, thats about all.

    What I wrote in about was this...is there a way to shut the daytime
    running lights off while the engine is still running, for example a by pass
    or something. We were trying to watch the Fireworks on the 4th and
    as some of you may know the Mosquitos around the Lakes in Mn
    are obnoxious as heck!!!! but I was unable to shut off the Daytime
    Running lights, which on the 1998 are also the the low beam head lights,
    is there a way to bypass to keep either the air or heat going without lights
    on?
     
  2. GaryL

    GaryL Epic Member 5+ Years ROTM Winner 1000 Posts Platinum Contributor

    Push in your emergency brake pedal and the lights will go off. I do this when driving to a deer stand early in the morning. If you push it in just one click, it will turn off the lights and not set the brake.
     
  3. MN_Burbon

    MN_Burbon Rockstar 100 Posts

    Very Clever... that is a good tidbit to hang onto for future reference. Thanks Gary.

    Good to see another Minnesotan joining the ranks, I know there are suburban drivers here. There are at least 20 of the big dogs in my office parking lot every day. ;-)
     
  4. crappieaeg

    crappieaeg New Member

    Gary L. Thank you very much, that will be a useful little piece of information.
    I like having the driving lights on, just once in a while would prefer
    to be able to shut them off, to keep from blinding others.

    MN Burban I never knew there were so many Subs out there, until I got
    Mine. But man are they a magnet for Door dings......ARUUUUUGHHH!

    Thank you both for replying I appriecate the Info.
    Crappieaeg
     
  5. GaryL

    GaryL Epic Member 5+ Years ROTM Winner 1000 Posts Platinum Contributor

    For anyone with the 2000 and newer Suburbans, to turn off the daytime running lights, you push the dome overide button on and off about four times. Just an FYI.
     
  6. crappieaeg

    crappieaeg New Member

    Now how in the world would someone figure that out?

    crappieaeg
     
  7. jack77

    jack77 Member

    by reading the owners manual.
     
  8. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan November Beard Grower - Cancer Fighter Staff Member 5+ Years 5000 Posts

    lol! Who does that anymore? :)
     
  9. gmcjohnny

    gmcjohnny Member

    do they still come with owner manuals ?Lmao
     
  10. unplugged

    unplugged Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    On my 06, the DRL turn off when I shift to park. No emergency brake needed.
     
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