Re: How to disable 2002 Sienna daytime running lights?
- From: NM5K <none@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2011 13:25:20 -0600
On 11/20/2011 12:02 PM, Elmo P. Shagnasty wrote:
Now let me ask you this: if the car is equipped with DRLs, does that
mean the gate MPs will haul you off to federal prison for not complying
with this particular sign?
No. They will simply not let you enter the base, or make you leave if
you do not comply.
I don't know why you would say that. I've heard of this rule
many times, from many different sources.
Myself, I think the reason is so the guards are not blinded
by the head lights, and can more easily see who is in the car.
I also don't see what the big deal is about having a switch
to turn them off. I wish I had one, even though I do use the
lights in the daytime as normal.
Why? Because quite often when I'm up in the country, I wish
to run the car, and not have the lights come on. The only
way I can do that if the engine is already running, is to turn the
ignition off, pull the emergency brake, and restart the car.
It would be much easier not to have to kill the engine in
order to turn off a set of lights. They did the right thing
on the newer models by providing a switch as far as I'm concerned.
Not everyone needs a light nanny at all times. :/
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