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Old 05-16-2005, 10:19 AM   #1
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does anyone know how to diconnect the day-time running lights I hate having them ao all the time!!!! where can I find a cold air intake for my 99 sle?
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http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=18

that is for the DRL'*

and relpys have been posted for the CAI in your other thread
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There'* also a procedure for temporary disabling of DRL'*. I believe in techinfo by Drifter420
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Will the same procedure work for a 2000+?
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It should. Essentially you are removing the ground from the system.
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Will the same procedure work for a 2000+?
Actually, it is a completely different procedure for the newer 2000+ Bonnevilles. Look in techinfo for another procedure specifically for the newer Bonny'*. Basically you remove the DLR relay then place a jumper across two terminals in the relay socket. The 2000+ cars utilize the high beams for DRL. In normal high beam mode the high beams are placed in parallel via the series/paralleling relay, when in DRL mode they are placed in series. The ambient light sensor provides input to determine DRL operation ie is night or day.
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