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Old 10-01-2005, 10:08 AM   #1
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So I tried to disconnect my D.R.L.* the b using adive from a topic reply awhile ago and it never worked so does anyone know how to disconnect them for a 99 Bonneville Sle?
And how do you post pics up here?
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you tried this?
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/techinfo/?article=42

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So I tried to disconnect my D.R.L.* the b using adive from a topic reply awhile ago and it never worked so does anyone know how to disconnect them for a 99 Bonneville Sle?
And how do you post pics up here?
Or you could try this method from Techinfo: Disable Daytime Running Lights
As told by Boseman350:

I went to the pontiac garage today and read their service manual for 10 minutes. I found that there is a resistor next to the horn on the driver'* side fenderwell. It is behind the black pcm tray and adjacent to the horn itself. It is white porcelien and has a electrical connector into it. If you yank the 2 prong wire, you now have no more DRLs.

So far it hasn't turned on any check engine lights. I haven't had the chance to test if it has any other side effects, but I doubt it does.

Good luck! If you have any more ?'* let me know.


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My 97 DRL'* are disabled by unplugging the resistor only. 5 minutes a couple scratches and you are all set. Pull pcm cover off and sneak back there.
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