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Tundra head lights #928484 01/30/09 10:34 PM
Joined: Feb 2005
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J_Bird Offline OP
Wheeler
Does anyone know if there is a way do defeat the way the tundra headlights stay on all the time?
When I am at the hunting camp, there are times that I dont want my lights on.
Just wandering.
Bird


J-Bird

'95.5 T, SR5, Bone stock w/32x11.50's
'06 Sonata LX
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Re: Tundra head lights [Re: J_Bird] #928485 01/31/09 04:55 AM
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BamZipPow Offline
Mudrunner
You mean the Daytime Running Lights (DRL)?

Won't the parking brake disable those? Just set it fer one click... <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


1998 T-100 Xtra cab SR5 2WD Auto; Roadmaster Active Suspension; Yokohama Geolander HT-S; lowered air dam; full belly pan; 4 diffuser; 11" side skirts; dual transmission coolers; 67% grill blocked; Auto-RX'd; ScanGauge II/Ultra-Gauge
Re: Tundra head lights [Re: BamZipPow] #928486 01/31/09 05:39 PM
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CJMT100 Offline
Rock Warrior
There is a wire you need to snip iirc that disables them period. Dont recall which wire tho.


1996 T100, Mickey Thomson Classics, Bridgestone Dueler AT 265/75/16, custom offroad KC's.
Re: Tundra head lights [Re: CJMT100] #928487 02/02/09 06:13 AM
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Look around on the 4runner board for either the grey wire or yellow wire mod - don't remember which... Should be the same principle.


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'97 T-100 4wd sr5-suto, 3" BL, 1.5" BJ spacers, 35" ProComp AT's, 4.88's, Bilsteins x 6, etc...

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Re: Tundra head lights [Re: J_Bird] #928488 02/02/09 06:14 PM
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garym Offline
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Check out this site:

Tundra Solutions

I found some good hints, like how to get rid of the seatbealt alarm that sounds even if you have a small package on the passenger's seat.


1997 T-100 4X4 Xcab,Warn Hubs
02 Camry LE
2008 Yaris
Re: Tundra head lights [Re: garym] #928489 02/02/09 11:16 PM
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J_Bird Offline OP
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Thanks for the help!


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'95.5 T, SR5, Bone stock w/32x11.50's
'06 Sonata LX

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