Where is the daytime running light module located?

Typically, the daytime running light module is located under the dash or in the engine compartment.

What does a daytime running light module do?

The daytime running lamp module automatically turns on your daytime running lights (DRLs). These lights are less intense than your headlights and make it easier for others to see you in the snow, rain, fog, and other inclement weather conditions.

How do you test a DRL module?

Diagnose the DRL relay daylight hours with parking brake OFF and transmission in drive, remove the DRL relay from the socket and use your voltmeter to check for battery voltage on one terminal in the relay socket and partial voltage in another terminal. Then check for good ground on the other two terminals.

Is there a fuse for daytime running lights?

Remove the cover from the fuse box located in the engine compartment. Locate the “DRL” or “Daytime Running Lamp” fuse. If you are unsure of the fuse location, consult your vehicle’s owner’s manual. Remove the “DRL” fuse from the fuse box and replace it with a new fuse.

How do you bypass daytime running lights?

Turn the headlight knob all the way to the left. On some models of some vehicles, the DRLs are able to be turned off if the headlights knob is turned completely to the left. This cuts the power to the fuse that operates the DRLs. You will need to do this each time you start the vehicle.

Why don’t my daytime running lights come on?

If the connector comes out or is loose, plug it securely into the rear of the assembly. Tug it once more to test it. If the daytime running lights are still malfunctioning, the issue may be a burned out bulb. Reinstall the headlight assembly and close the hood.

Is there a fuse for trailer running lights?

It could be a tow package fuse on the vehicle. Use the owners manual to find the locations of fuses/relays related to the tow package wiring to check them and replace as needed. If the issue is not a fuse or relay then you can test the vehicle side trailer connector using a circuit tester such as # 40376.

Where is the fuse for the rear running lights?

The tail light fuse may be located in either the fuse panel in the front passenger side of your vehicle or in the main fuse box under the hood. Once you’ve opened either the panel or the main fuse box, locate the tail light fuse. If you’re unsure which one it is, use the owner’s manual for guidance.

Why are my running lights staying on?

Hello there, a few different faults can cause the daytime running lights to stay on. The most likely would be the headlight switch, DRL relay, or a wiring issue. Running lights work, brake lights do not. It sounds like you may have a bad brake light switch.

Why are my DRL lights not working?