The easy answer is... The one that shows voltage to ground when the
high beams are on. In other words... buy yourself a $20 el-cheapo
multimeter from Radio Shack and probe the damned connector! Christ,
here's a guy who wants to wire in an electrical component and doesn't
have the wherewithal to use a damned simple piece of diagnostic
equipment to find out which circuit is energized under the desired
Didn't the module come with insructions (or a web site with instructions)?
Personally I wouldn't bother. I've driven bothe DRL equipped cars and
non-DRL equipped card over the past 35+ years. People still pulled out
in front and I was on the brakes just as often regardless. Made no
difference that I could tell.
I suggest you go to your friendly Chrysler service man and ask him
(nicely) for a photocopy of the page in the Wiring Service manual with
the appropriate wiring diagram. Also, be sure to get a copy of the
page with the wire colour codes from the front of the Wiring Diagram
And yes DRL have been the law an ALL new cars sold in Canada since
about December 1990, as the studies here show DRL DO minimize
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