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Old 11-30-2019, 01:08 AM   #11
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Default Re: question about daytime running lights

So, if the park brake indicator is functional, And if the headlamps (both brights and regular) work... maybe the DRL Relay, or the transmission selector SW are out of service.

If search google for the alpha-numeric sequence stenciled on the case of the relay, good chance somebody pulled some from a junkyard, and will sell
RochAuto may list them. At 20 years old, buying new might be justified.

You might first try removing the cover from the DRL relay base plate --
most relays can be uncovered by lifting the bottom edge of the cover...
which slides off tabs , lifts off.
Then can examine contact points; manually operate the movable contact, file off debris accumulated on points; examine the naked points as Assistant manipulates the IgSW, brake lever, light SW, and PRINDL NSS , etc.


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