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It looks like the DRL LEDs are capable of changing color - they're white in DRL mode but they turn amber when you use your turn signals. Is there a way to force DRLs to be amber? When you used your turn signal the amber LEDs would blink like normal but instead of returning to white after the turn, they'd remain a solid amber.

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I've always liked how much Tundra/Tacoma and Telluride amber DRLs stand out on the road.
 

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The wheels alone make me want to vomit, LOL
 

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I haven't tried this on mine (just no interest to), but if you want, try this:

DRLType = TurnLamp: 726-50-01 08xx

My default was 10xx

Make a backup (as always) first! Let us know if this worked. If not, I may have one more thing you can try.
 

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That picture in a snowstorm made me throw up in my mouth a little…
I thought the picture was fine, but the complimentary words about Toyotas and Kias sure made me want to heave. ;)
 

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It looks like the DRL LEDs are capable of changing color - they're white in DRL mode but they turn amber when you use your turn signals. Is there a way to force DRLs to be amber? When you used your turn signal the amber LEDs would blink like normal but instead of returning to white after the turn, they'd remain a solid amber.

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I've always liked how much Tundra/Tacoma and Telluride amber DRLs stand out on the road.
I like the idea of this post. The only issue I can see is that our amber LEDs are spaces within the white LEDs, this means that the entire strip that is usually white isn't amber when switchbacked, only like 75% of the whole strip is lit amber.
 

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I like the idea of this post. The only issue I can see is that our amber LEDs are spaces within the white LEDs, this means that the entire strip that is usually white isn't amber when switchbacked, only like 75% of the whole strip is lit amber.
I noticed that earlier this morning and it's turned me off the idea a bit. I might still try it and see what it looks like, we'll see.
 
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