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Old 05-25-2004, 12:32 PM   #1
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Has anyone done this? how could I go about doing this?
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They have a switch for GM cars that will disable the Daytime Running Lights.
It'* called a DRL switch.
It'* $17 + $4 *&h + $1 for a money order comes to about $22 for it and it is pretty simple to install.
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Assuming the wiring and harness are the same between the GP and Bonneville.
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It worked for me in a 1998 SSE
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That'll do Most people here have done it with the Techinfo article. Knowing that ZZP kit is compatible is good for those who want to spend rather than chase wires.
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I followed the tech info article and it worked perfectly. I hate DRLs and I'm soooo glad that you can easily disable them on the Bonneville, otherwise I would have had to get creative
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I hate DRLs
Just curious: why?
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I can't seem to figure it out..anyone have some easier directions?
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too lazy to try it!!!
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