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Can anyone point me in the right direction for a DRL positive feed?


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If you're looking to fit DRLs all you need is a multimeter or even just a 12V bulb so that you can see which fuses have power on only when the ignition is on.

To make sure the DRLs go off when you switch the side/tail or headlights on, just tee into the +ve feed to the side lights.


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In the drawing above, when the ignition is switched on, power goes from 30 to 87A and switches the DRLs on.

When the side lights are switched on, power goes to pin 85 which energises the relay coil and breaks the connection between 30 and 87A, thereby switching the DRLs off.

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