What is DRL?

A daytime running lamp (DRL, also daytime running light) is an automotive lighting on the front of a roadgoing vehicle, automatically switched on when the vehicle’s handbrake has been pulled down and is in drive, emitting white, yellow, or amber light. Their job is not to help the driver see the road but to help other road users see the vehicle.

Important tip!

* When you change DRL settings Engine should be OFF and ignition set to RUN

* When you try to test DRL start car and release emergency brake and put your gearbox in to Drive.  On Manual gearbox you only need to release emergency brake. 

DRL Configuration & Customization

Slide to adaptation section and locate DRL – Day time running lights – settings

Now we have to set up DRL lights – lets start with Daytime Running Lights Configuration & Daytime Running Lights Location

First start with Daytime Running Lights – Configuration. Choose Canada DRL and update ECU. 

Now, it’s time to set Day Time Running Lights Location – start with Low Beam and update ECU.

Now it's time to test your lights.

Start the car and release emergency brake put your gearbox in to Drive “D".  On Manual gearbox just release emergency brake. 

Troubleshooting - DRL's

Check your Daytime running lights On/Off, this option should be set to Active

Check  DRL Voltage Regulation Left & Right to make sure there is power set to 7.0V those settings are available under Lights Voltage Regulation