Installing a HID kit, do you have to cancel DRL?

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Asked by Dec 09, 2010 at 05:26 PM about the 2011 Hyundai Sonata SE

Question type: Car Customization

When installing an HID kit for low beam lights on a 2011 sonata, do you have to cancel the drl and if so where is the fuse or what do I need to do?

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installing aftermarket HID kits is illegal just a heads up.

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Well, the dealer wanted an extra $800.00 for H.I.D. lights on my car when I bought it last month. I just did not see paying them $800.00 when I can buy them and install them myself. I had no idea that H.I.D. kits are illegal, besides they have them in Infinity, Lexas, and Audi.

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When they come factory installed it's all good. Aftermarket kits don't contain the light properly and are illegal. The kit your looking at buying I bet says for off road use only somewhere.

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NO you do not do away with the DRL,as far as I know they are not Illegal.

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If you are in a country (Canada) or state where DRL is mandatory you cannot disable them. Are you in the US?

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