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    Exclamation Disable DRL's!!! What's Up Guys I've been a member, just decided to put a post now

    So as you may know a lot of you may have if not already disabled the DRL'S of our beautiful Tundras. We all like when we're with our loved ones alone and want the truck on but without anyone knowing you're in it and you're loved one wants the A/C on because some of us "Cough Cough" live in south Florida and its mostly hot and humid throughout the year. So is there anyone please that knows how to disable the DRL's without just unplugging the light and knowing its still a running outlet?! I would greatly appreciate it, Thanks Guys and Gals!

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    the DRLs should have a fuse(s). find the fuse(s) and pull them while your idling.
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    Default Re: Disable DRL's!!! What's Up Guys I've been a member, just decided to put a post no

    Here you go man.. Read all 3 pages to just make sure you cut the thin grey wire at pin #5 and not the thick grey wire that's visible in the photo attached on the first post.

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    I removed the panels and searched thru all of the wires, harnesses, connectors, pins, etc and I cannot find pin # 5 like the one shown in the illustration.

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    dont cut all the grey wires like i did, or you will need alot of duct tape.

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