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post #1 of 5 Old 11-19-2009, 12:51 AM Thread Starter
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"drl light on in my honda accord dashboard"

i thought it went away but not, i just got this DRL light on my dash board two days ago, and it is the "Daytime Running Light" and i see one of the ring is off and since i got them i messed up one of the wires and the passenger side light hi bean was always on so i used to have them both in hi bean which didn't look bad, sorry for my Inglis( spelling) but i don't know if it will go away getting a new bold light!!! before it happen i was thinking getting HID kit see if it fix the hi bean problem but any suggestion of what should i do? i like these lights and i don't wanna go to stock

thanks will be really appreciated

here is the picture of my car and if any question or confuse of what i am saying let me know to splain more

oh i for got... the problem is only in one of the lights on the passenger side,, the one i messed up the wire...i should make a video to make everything more easy and comprehensible so you can see what am talking about and whats the problem

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2009 Accord i4 EX w/Leather & Navigation 5 Speed Automatic


Halo LED Projector Headlights Black
White Dumps Lights All around + plate
Chrome Pillar Post
Chrome Door handle
Bumper bully Protector
v6 Bumper and fog light switch
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20% tints all around
power folding side mirrors
20" Rims

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Are those headlights a single xenon mod or a bi-xenon headlights? This looks like it's a bi-xenon..the DRL light will stay on because the car doesn't see the plug to the highbeams is plugged in I think. I could be wrong, but aftermarket headlights..I don't know if that's the route to go on those. I would have done retrofit with HIDs imo.

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post #3 of 5 Old 11-19-2009, 07:16 AM
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yeah I believe those aftermarkets dont have the DRL so they is probably why the car doesnt recognize it and the light will stay on...

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pull the drl fuse i that case.
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+1 you can just turn off that light yourself, and know that you won't have drls as long as you have those headlights in. lol
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