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Turning off constant short beam lights
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I'm very unfond of the feature that lights turn on when car is started, so is there a clue as to how to make them be off, when the switch is off.

Is it just a matter of taking certain fuse, relay out?
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#2
That's what most people here would call the "DRLs".

Fairly sure you can turn them off with Lexia.
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#3
Can daylight running dipped beam be equaled with low wattage halogens or daylight LED's, the actual DRLs?
I think DRLs have separate switch, but in my case, when I have light position in "0", lights are turned on. Also, they stay turned on when I turn them on, with the difference that dash gets lit.
I'd just like to make the "zero position" on the switch actually do nothing.
Lexia again?
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#4
I think so. Possibly you could ask Lighty.
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#5
On my mk 3 I enabled that feature with my Lexia so it can be disabled as well.
2010 Berlingo Multispace HDi 110 with FAP. Persamos green.

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