how do I get rid of my DRL's on my 07 grand prix ,they won't run my HID's I have to have my head lights on all the time its annoying thanks

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Asked by Feb 03, 2012 at 08:05 AM about the 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

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please repost if you get a answer to this question....My 08 burns bulbs out every year..and looking to get hid... but not till i can find out the answer too!

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Unplug the daylight running module,the headlights will work as normal when the switch is turned on

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Will the auto lights still work though ?

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Yes,like all automatic add ons,there has to be a fail safe built in,if the daylight running light module happens to fail everything else has to work as normal. My background is in automotive repair,I have been a licensed mechanic in Canada for 50years

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Thanks ! Do you know where the DRL module is on the car ?

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