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about DRL - Seat Ibiza FR 1.2TSI

Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk5 (2008-2017)' started by rotem1322, Mar 11, 2015.

  1. rotem1322

    rotem1322 Active Member

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    hi!

    I have seat ibiza FR 1.2TSI manual (without bi Xenon headlight).
    when i turn on my car all the lights on, the parking lights and the front headlight.
    even when the lights switch off (0 mode).

    how can i turn off the lights?
    it Very Important to me

    thanks
    Rotem
    :)
     
  2. Dan1992

    Dan1992 Active Member

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    my understanding is that all new (not sure which year from) cars are required to have DRL lights as part of the safety requirements. so in short, I don't think you can turn them off.
     
  3. alijay036

    alijay036 Active Member

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    Not sure if that is law yet, as my 64 reg (built in 2015) doesn't have DRL's
     
  4. Enog

    Enog Active Member

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    The law depends on which country the OP is from!
     
  5. sharefe

    sharefe Active Member

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    get Carista app or vcds and you can change the settings to off
     
  6. 306Chris

    306Chris Active Member

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    On ours we have turned the signalling corner lights off.

    So basically they dont illuminate when just indicating but do based on steering angle
     
  7. propane94

    propane94 Bearded Ginger

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    I have noticed something similar on most new VW's, if you don't select the xenon option, the low beam lights are on all the time to act as DRL's to meet the new regulations.

    Bit cheeky really
     

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