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Old 01-21-2010, 09:25 PM   #21
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Ok, jumped it. Also, it IS 87a to 30. I'm looking at the relay right now. If you are jumping the bottom left to top middle, that IS 87a to 30. The top middle is 87a, and the bottom left is 30. The schematic on the side of the relay even says how to jump it LOL.
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My relay says the bottom left is 86. Thats weird. Are you holding it upside down lol.
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Old 01-21-2010, 09:29 PM   #23
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I meant bottom left as if your knees are on the passenger side fender and the 2 prongs are closets to you and front as the 3 prongs are facing the motor. At first I thought it was 87 to 30 cuz the lights worked, but the one head light didn't work.

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I'm editing photo'* right now to show what I mean. Expect photo'* in 10
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Old 01-21-2010, 09:34 PM   #25
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I just double checked the relay and this is from the DRL disabling procedure and I just wrote what my relay says each # actually is. Maybe my relay was replaced with a incorrect one, or yours could of been? I dunnno but here is a pic.
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I STAND CORRECTED, WELL I GOT THE 87A RIGHT LOL. I HELD IT UPSIDE DOWN AND DIDN'T REALIZE OR THINK TO FLIP FLOP IT. I ADMIT I WAS WRONG.
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There ya go. Pictures. Any questions, you know where I am you call me!

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im assuming this will work on an 03?
anyone done it on a 97 ? how?--irv
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Old 01-27-2010, 12:00 PM   #28
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this process will work on 00-05 i think to disable them on 99 down is to just pull the relay no jumper needed
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I pulled relay #30 on mine and it disabled the DRLs. No jumper.

Edit: whoops missed the part about the highs. Prolly why I haven't noticed any ill effects since I never use the highs.
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Hehe, yeah. I did mine at night with a flash light. Made it a lot easier to check the highs.
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