Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 11:00:46 -0400
From: "Eric R. Sterbenz" <>
Subject: Re: 98 9000CSE - Daytime Running Lights

S.W. The nice thing about SAAB's (as opposed to regular GM cars) is that they make this easy to defeat. All SAAB's have the DRL on a separat fuse. Just remmove the fuse and the are off. Don't forget though, that even with the DRL's disabled, when you put on the parking lights on the 9000 there is a low level light that illuminates the headlight areas. This is normal and has nothing to do with the DRL's. Hope this helps. "S.W. Falken" wrote: > I am looking to defeat the Daytime Running Lights "feature" that keeps my > headlamps on always even if my switch (off, parking/fog, on) on the > lights is in the OFF position. > > It would be nice to use the parking lights position on the switch so that > only parking and fog lamps are on, as I used to do with my 1988 9000S. > > Also, I believe SAAB should not judge me a moron (by deciding that I am > incapable of properly using my light switch) before I have proven myself > one. > > Thanks for the assistance. Thanks, -- E.R. Sterbenz

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