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Auto on Headlights

Discussion in '1992-Present Chevy & GMC models' started by cjjones, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. cjjones

    cjjones 1/2 ton status

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    2001 GMC 1/2 ton, is there a fuse to pull, or how do I stop my headlights from turning on when it is getting dark?? I know you can engage your park brake and they do not come on, but the brake buzzer goes off constantly. Or should I just find the buzzer and disconect it??
    Thanks
     
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    not 100%, but I think you can just unplug the sensor in the dash
     
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    Check your manual. I think you can disable it with some goofy sequence of steps.
     
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    Still no luck in this department, US delivered trucks have a sequence that you can do to disable them, but Canadian do not allow it to work. I thought that I had it by removing the buzzer for the e-brake, but that thing has about 50 wires in 4 plugs that plug into it.
     
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    Oh yah, i think canada had a mandatory day time running light law.

    You talking about auto headlights (where tail /running lights come on too) or day time running lights (just low beams during the day)?
     

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