I drive with my headlights on during the day (the '99 does not come with
DTRL), but the clock dims out when the lights go on, because there was
an assumption that lights only go on at night.
Is there a configuration somewhere within the CRV that allows for
"allways bright" on the clock?
If not, is there a wire that I can cut or short to make it always
bright? I'm assuming that at the very least there would be something on
the clock itself. Maybe 3 wires?----[ground, low, high] or maybe
[ground, Positive, lites-on] ?
PS. Before I thought to ask the question if there was another way, I
had asked here how to remove the clock. That damn thing is impossible
to remove! Stubborn little sucker----if you have any hints about that
too, I'd appreciate it.
Having a dog that is a purebred does not qualify it for breeding. Dogs
need to have several generations of clearances for various illnesses
before being bred. If you are breeding dogs without taking care as to
the genetic quality of the dog (again, being purebred is not enough),
you are what is known as a "backyard breeder" and are part of the
problem. Most of the congenital problems of present day dogs are
traceable directly to backyard breeding. Spay or neuter your pet
responsibly, and don't just think that you're somehow the exception and
can breed a dog without taking the care described.