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Old 08-06-2012, 04:49 AM
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Daytime running lights yes or no

I have a 2010 Ford Explorer with daytime running lights, however I have put in aftermarket HID lights in the headlights and fog lights.

So during the daytime I get full power headlights, and at night I automatically get headlights along with taillights.

At least that's what I think from being inside the vehicle.

Should I or should I not disable daytime running lights.

I'm also interested in keeping the fog lights on while using highbeams.
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I hope my story helps you decide

I put aftermarket headlights in my focus and set up the drl's built in to run all the time and turn off when I turn on the headlights. But my drl's just light up the housing.

Keeping the fogs on all. The time may be a but trickier. I know with my 07 ranger it involves cuting of stock wires near the fues panel.
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