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If you don't actually have daytime running lights then your "problem" may be the cause of a little trick that fools the light sensor. Some people, myself included, roll up a tiny piece of electrical tape and cover the light sensor. The sensor always thinks it's nighttime and when you turn on the car the lights come on. Now you have the "poor man's" daytime running lights. If this is the case then make sure you're getting a discount from your insurance company.


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I believe the '96 has DRL so they should be on all the time at about 50% power during the day and full power at night. As mentioned it is controlled by the ambient light sensor (the flat one) mounted in the defroster grill.

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