Nowadays, most new vehicles are equipped with Daytime Running Lights, a feature that is designed to provide added visibility during the day. Although they automatically turn on every time the engine is on and the parking brake is released, some drivers would rather turn them off. Those of you who are curious about how to turn off Daytime Running Lights in the 2016 Toyota Corolla have come to the right place.
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The purpose of Daytime Running Lights
Although some drivers would rather not have their Daytime Running Lights turned on, they are made for your safety. They help make it easier for other drivers to see your vehicle during the day, especially right after dawn and right before dusk. However, if you want to turn off your Corolla’s Daytime Running Lights, you can take a look at the following guidelines to learn how.
Turning off your 2016 Corolla Daytime Running Lights
The headlight switch, which is located on the left side of your Corolla’s steering wheel, includes a few different positions. The 2016 Toyota Corolla comes with three different switch types, two off which offer a “DRL OFF” option. When you turn the end of the lever to the “DRL OFF” position, your Daytime Running Lights will turn off. If you are wondering what the other lever position icons mean, check out the chart below:
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Are you running into problems turning off your 2016 Toyota Corolla Daytime Running Lights? If so, feel free to contact our team at Toyota Vacaville or get in touch with your local Toyota dealer.