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If you had access to Rovacom, it can configure daytime running lights by setting a bit in the data.

I wonder if, with Testbook, you could set the country to Canada and thus have DRL?

Do you want an ignition-controlled source or one that is only on when the engine is running?
 

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Well, I found out where NOT to get a ignition wire from....Your radio, I connected my day time running fog lights to my radio and now it just says telephone. Here's a pic. Next week I'll pull the power from the lighter.
 

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I have a wire comming from the solenoid which runs the engine stuff, relay 18 from memory, it then drives another relay which I use to feed power to stuff I want to use only while the engine is running, such as dedicated fridge power in the back, dual battery charger, driving lights and my LPG system.

It stays on for about 10 seconds after the engine stops.
 

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nuyorican420 said:
An ignition-controlled source would be perfect. But, it doesn't matter. Thanks
Do you have RAVE and thus the ETM?

Of course, you could have the in-built DRL activated by someone with the right computer, e.g., Autologic or Rovacom. You need to set the right bit(s) in the BECM.
 
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