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I have the non DRL relay, and I was toying with the idea of recording the procedure and posting a write up of the results. What do ya think, wanna see it?
 

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LMAO....you guys kill me!!!!!
 

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Down boy, down! Ok so I guess that was a dumb question. If I get off early enough tonight, I'll start the install, otherwise I'll have to do it tomorrow, but it WILL be done muhahahaha! :D j/k Maybe I'll even toss in some boobs :rolleyes:
 

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I got it done sooner than expected, I'm working on the write-up so stand by for results (work is still in the way so it may be a few hours still) :mad:
 

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Down boy, down! Ok so I guess that was a dumb question. If I get off early enough tonight, I'll start the install, otherwise I'll have to do it tomorrow, but it WILL be done muhahahaha! :D j/k Maybe I'll even toss in some boobs :rolleyes:
Oh you better bring the boobs now!
 

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The best would be a hot chick showing her boobs while installing the non DRL relay!
Is that going to be included in the video. Step 1, unhook battery. Step 2, oh wow holly cow hot chick showing boobs. Step 3, what was I doing again. Step 4, re-connect battery done lost my train of thought LOL. :D :D
 

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Is that going to be included in the video. Step 1, unhook battery. Step 2, oh wow holly cow hot chick showing boobs. Step 3, what was I doing again. Step 4, re-connect battery done lost my train of thought LOL. :D :D
:D :D :D :D :D :D :D
 

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NON DRL relay swap

Tools needed: 10mm socket, ratchet, and boobs.

Step one: Buy the Non DRL relay from the dealer.




Step two: Remove the plastic nut, behind the E-brake, that holds down the kick panel.



Step three: Gently push the kick panel to the side to reveal the 10mm bolt holding the bottom of the panel located under the steering wheel



and remove the one next to the tire reset button.



Step four: Gently tug on the upper portion of the panel to release it. There are 2, yellow, plastic pop rivets on either side of the steering wheel, holding the upper portion of the panel in place.



Step five: Once the panel is removed, you can see the computer and flasher to the left of the steering wheel. The flasher is the one lone plug to the left of the multi-plug computer.



Notice the single 10mm nut, above the plug, holding the flasher in place



Step six: Remove the nut and carefully pull the flasher out of its hole.



Step seven: Replace the old relay with the new



for sh!ts and giggles, lets check the results.



HOLY SHIZ!! It worked!! :eek:
Reverse the procedures to put back together.



FOR SALE: DRL Relay If I can find where I put it that is...



Boobs, boobs, boobs, I like boobs!!! Sorry ladies, you like Tundra's and we like Tundra's and boobs. :)
 
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What were we talking about???? I say let them puppies breathe! BTW how much is the relay??
 

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What were we talking about???? I say let them puppies breathe! BTW how much is the relay??
I paid $62 and some change for the relay. The part number for the relay with DRL is 81980-0C010, where as the one without is 81980-0C020. Just one digit off, so be careful when ordering.
Oh, and I just got done administering mouth to mouth, they were suffocating.:D :eek:
 
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