Dodge Grand Caravan Headlight FLasher

agtkgv

Member
May 23, 2010
32
MA
Hi,


Has anyone successfully installed a HLF in a 2009 Grand Caravan with DRL's. I looked up Sound off's list, but they don't show the flasher as a DRL one. I have a standard flasher in now, but it only works when the drl's are off. Any help would be appreciated.
 

squad 51 fan

Member
May 24, 2010
214
u.s.a.ph twp michigan
Whatever you do, Don't use any of the Sound-off headlight flashers, I have a q-switch on my 2001 grand caravan, it's a pain to install, All canadian built caravans have drls, U.S. made Don't have drl's :)
 

agtkgv

Member
May 23, 2010
32
MA
Its a US Grand Caravan, but its a GSA vehicle, which may be fleet, which I believe to have DRLs enabled also, I will try a Whelen or Federal.
 

C17LVFD

Member
May 21, 2010
1,544
Harrisburg, PA
The install I did was a GSA vehicle as well... Don't remember it having DRL's but can't be sure... The UHF2150A worked great!
 

HILO

Member
May 20, 2010
2,781
Grand Prairie Texas
DRLs are optional on Chrysler products and I see a lot of them with DRLs. The new dpd charger all have them.
 

BigWil

Member
May 22, 2010
1,187
Ontario
squad 51 fan said:
because there built in canada!

Actually, DRLs are activated through the PCM on the Dodge line. The PCM is set with a location code, which will allow you to deactivate the DRLs if they are not required. If you are in a location that requires DRLs, they cannot be deactivated without changing the location code. It has nothing to do with where they are manufactured.
 

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