Please don't. They're kind of irritating to other drivers during the day (by design!) at night, that goes from merely irritating to dangerous/blinding for other drivers.1) This operation is required by motor vehicle safety standards.
3) The light pattern from DRLs is not as controlled as the low beam pattern since it is intended to make your vehicle more noticeable to other drivers. DRLs are not intended or suitable as primary or supplemental lighting at night.
Aren't they down in the bumper next to the foglights? I think the easiest way would be to wire them up on there own circuit and triggered to turn on with the park lights. I dont know if the truck has a light out light though. Or if you could find the trigger wire that shuts them off and cut that or if it is computer controlled.The DRLs on my 2012 are below the headlights so they don't share the same fixture as the headlights..I just want them to stay on with the headlights
Correct. Keeping them on at night would be glaring to other drivers. By design, they disperse a lot of light in all directions (for conspicuity during the day), and that lack of any type of upper cutoff would create disability glare for others.Please don't. They're kind of irritating to other drivers during the day (by design!) at night, that goes from merely irritating to dangerous/blinding for other drivers.