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    Posted: 09 Nov 2018 at 4:07am
Is it broken or did your car not have daytime lights when it was new?
Did it have xenon headlamps when new?

Which car is it? year? engine? transmission?
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Originally posted by petterg petterg wrote:

Are you asking the location of the daylight control unit/relay? It's in front of the drivers door. Just open the wall panel next to your left leg when sitting in the drivers seat. (LHD models)


I have fund thet relay and replace it and nothing working.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QQzTkrQ-cuYkTXJecGaYcSdvzaFLGmWq

just copy the link and you can see it. its on my goggle drive

its multi purpose realy. not "day light control unit"

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Originally posted by timeshock! timeshock! wrote:

is yours a north European model or Japanese import? Have you checked your fuses? Nos 32, 42 41 10 21


north European (england)

all fuses are good.

probbely it dun't have daytime control unit in my p12 model.

the headlights working perfet but the daytime light not respond.



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Are you asking the location of the daylight control unit/relay? It's in front of the drivers door. Just open the wall panel next to your left leg when sitting in the drivers seat. (LHD models)
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And the daytime relay
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is yours a north European model or Japanese import? Have you checked your fuses? Nos 32, 42 41 10 21
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote carmona Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Nov 2018 at 9:17am
thanks for the reply.

i was striping down the driver interior and cold not fund any unit as the diagram in ESM but my model is whit no xenon lights. it's the "conventional type".

i have realy no idea where to look for.

my front day light not working and the tail light. also the consoul not shift to night mode while i'm cminge the lights to on...
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DAYTIME LIGHT OPERATION

When the engine running, the lighting switch in the OFF position, power is supplied

l from alternator terminal 3

l to daytime light control unit terminal 8, and

l from daytime light control unit terminal 2

l through daytime light control unit terminal 5

l to terminal of LH headlamp

l from daytime light control unit terminal 3,

l through daytime light control unit terminal 4

l to terminal of RH headlamp, and

l from daytime light control unit terminal 1

l through daytime light control unit terminal 10

Ground is supplied to terminal 2 of each headlamp through body grounds E10 and E58.

I'm not sure where it is located but looking at the wiring diagram Page LT20 in the ESM it will have  a 2No 6 wire  connectors and two earths to it
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote carmona Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Nov 2018 at 8:59am
[QUOTE=carmona] hello
the post is relevant.
Im looking for the "day light control unit"

and all I have funde is relay-25230-9f905snd Im not sure its the unit.

I hope for help.
add some pic'



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http://www.npoc.co.uk/forum/howto-post-pictures-using-imgur_topic74431.html

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