| > >Nope. My Bonneville uses the parking lights for DRL
| > What year is your Bonneville, just curious? To my knowledge the
| > don't utilize parking lights for DRL. The low beam at low intensity for
| > 96-99, the high beam at low intensity on the 2000-03, not sure about 04's
| > the GXP.
| I've got an '02 SLE. The inner reflectors used for DRL are also used
| for the parking lights. The high-beams are in the outer reflectors
| along with the low-beams.
You had mentioned in a previous post that your DRLs are the turn signal type
but that they "appear" similar to low beam headlamps. That implies that the
light they produce is white in color. Question...are there two bulbs contained
within each of the turn signal/parking lamp reflector housings? The parking
lamp/turn signal bulb is a two-filiment typically amber-colored bulb (from the
factory), so it couldn't produce white light. The only way I can see that a
turn signal DRL could produce white light is if. 1. It was outfitted with
clear lamps, which would also make the turn signals and parking lights produce
white light as well. Or, 2. there are two separate lamps contained within the
reflector housing, one clear (for the DRL) and one amber coated (for the
park/turn). Just curious, how is yours set up?