Date: Thu, 7 Feb 2002 12:18:20 -0500
From: "Frank Coviello" <>
Subject: Re: How to turn off headlights?

There is something in my manual about turning off DRL but this only works in U.S. vehicles. While I do not have my manual in front of me, I recall that it had something to do with the fusebox. Hope this helps. Frank 2001 Saab 9-5 SE ------------------------------------------------------------------------ "Daryl M. Krzewinski" <> wrote in message news:3c62b0cb$0$5155$ > > "Kalman Rubinson" <kr4nopsamedu> wrote in message > news:m9956ugbcvr29g2p1b94493blcbbmm2rg5nopsamcom... > > On Thu, 7 Feb 2002 08:42:47 -0500, "Daryl M. Krzewinski" > > <> wrote: > > I actually asked my dealer to do this but at a later service rather > > than before delivery. The result was a loss of the parking lights and > > the front and rear foglights as well. My service dealer was willing > > to set it back and I jsut pulled the fuse myself. Of course, the > > dealer (Zumbach in NYC) wasn't really interested in helping. > > > > Oh, no charge for the bad work or the correction. They are polite. > > > > Kal > > > Did pulling the fuse achieve the same result as having the dealer do the > "official" deactivation? I noted somewhere somebody mentioned something > about reprogramming the light switch, so I don't know if there is more > involved with Saab DRL than just a fuse or not. > > I also read on a site somewhere that Saab manuals actually have instructions > on deactivating the DRL? Never owning a Saab I have no way of confirming > this, so I am wondering if it's true. > > Thanks! > > Daryl > >

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