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I understand to dissable your DDl's you pull the relay in the engines fuse box.Is there a special tool for this? I spoke with a Pontiac Service Manager and said they have a program to dissable the DDL's.....

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sorry to ask this but what the hell is ddl i might know.
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Hi Jagyro........ DDL= daytime driving lights........
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open the fuse box and look inside the cover you take off and it will show you which one to take out. mine has been pulled
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ooh i always see it as DRL
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I understand to dissable your DDl's you pull the relay in the engines fuse box.Is there a special tool for this? I spoke with a Pontiac Service Manager and said they have a program to dissable the DDL's.....
Out of curiosity, Why would you want to disable the DRL's?
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I for one would like to conserve the bulbs for there real use......
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I just leave the driving lights on. What would be cool is to have the ambers DDL's
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Why haven't I done this yet???

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I just leave the driving lights on. What would be cool is to have the ambers DDL's
YES! I did this on my Tahoe and it looks sweet. I get complemented on it all the time and it's my cheapest mod! I want to do this on the Goat. Anyone have the Sylvania bulb #'s?
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YES! I did this on my Tahoe and it looks sweet. I get complemented on it all the time and it's my cheapest mod! I want to do this on the Goat. Anyone have the Sylvania bulb #'s?
Now I know why I didn't do this. Our DRL's are our low beams (powered at a lower level during the day). Amber low beams would be rice-city (except of course, for the yellow lighted GTO-R...droooollll).
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