Just to humor me, pull the fuse for your Daytime Running Lights, which will kill the lights and tell you if you have a short in that circuit if the problem goes away.
I personally think that Daytime Running Lights pose a hazard to drivers and everytime I get a new vehicle, the first thing that I do is pull the fuse for the Daytime Running Lights.
Your vehicle should have a seperate fuse labeled DRL.
Here is my rational against Daytime Running Lights: It starts to get dark and then gets dark, you are driving along just fine and able to see the road, you are driving with NO taillights.
Saturday, April 5th, 2008 AT 11:47 PM