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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-01-2009, 07:08 PM Thread Starter
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I have an 01 F350. I don't have the owners manual for it. Does anyone know how you turn off your daytime running lights. Thanks.
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Re: day time running lights

Turn the knob over to off where you have to manually switch it from off to parkin lights to runnin lights.

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Re: day time running lights

There is a fuse for the daytime running lights, I just dont remember which one it is. Pull it out and you are good to go.

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Re: day time running lights

I just turn mine off of auto so they don't run in the daytime, at night i put them back to auto

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Re: day time running lights

I think he is talking about the daytime running lights not the automatic head lights. He probably has a canada truck that came standard with daytime running lights.

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Re: day time running lights

In the area behind the driver side headlight there is a little box that has a cage around it, It controls the day time runners, pull the plug out of the bottom of the box and you won't have day time running lights anymore

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