when i start the blazer the lights come on, how do i turn them off?

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Asked by Mar 15, 2008 at 09:51 AM about the 2001 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LT 4WD

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you cant, they are daytime running lights, you are required to have them.

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on your headlight panel under the circular light switch there should be a round button that turns your dome light on and off. Press it in and out 5 or more times, you should hear a ding and the lights will turn off. That works on my 2000 zr2.

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just set your parking brake down about one click the daytime lights shut off...and no it doesnt hurt your brakes i leave mine set all the time to keep the lights off on both my blazer and my silverado and never had a problem in either

as for daytime running lights, this is a gm thing. at work i drive e-250s 2004-08 and they never came with daytime running lights. youre not required. its just oem to the vehicle.

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