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Hello everyone and many thanks to allowing me to join this forum.

My wife and I just purchased a new 2006 SR5 double-cab Tundra. She is having me inquire on how to activate day time running lights. The truck came without them and she is wanting them.

On the other vehicle we own, Chrysler Pacifica, they simply changed a code in the computer and they were activated.

Is this how it is done on the Tundra?

Thanks in advance.
 

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I turn my lights to on and when you turn the engine and pull the key out, the lights go off. The same goes for the fog lights.
 

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Yep, just turn on the lights. But be consciensious, and please only ust the FOG lights when it's FOGGY? My squinty crows feet on my face is do to mothers driving with all the lights on all the time!!!LOL

Now on our 2005 Sienna LE, all I had to do was add a jumper to the fuse box.

But, I don't think it's that simple with the Tundra.

And welcome to the Tundra Solutions group. It's a great resource.
 

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Using the headlights and auto-shutoff feature is our best bet. If your state has an incliment weather headlight law then you will be one of the few drivers out there with TAIL-LIGHTS too!! How many times I've come up on the rear end of a DRL user in the fog or hard rain snow slop to find them lightless, only the fronts are on with the daytimes.
 
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