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Old 12-31-2008, 09:16 PM   #1
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How do I get the headlights to completely turn off on my 2007 Ford F-150 crew cab 4X4? I would like to be able to run the truck lights out.
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probably have to pull the DRL fuse/relay. sorry, unsure where it's located. on my 05 it was under the hood in a black plastic box on the driver's side.
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I hope there is a better way to do it rather than pulling out fuses and then putting them back in when I need to go check out something lights on. Thanks for the help though.
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How do I get the headlights to completely turn off on my 2007 Ford F-150 crew cab 4X4? I would like to be able to run the truck lights out.
Not sure I understand what you mean by "...I would like to be able to run the truck lights out".

Don't your lights go off after the delay time you set on the panel?
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How do I get the headlights to completely turn off on my 2007 Ford F-150 crew cab 4X4? I would like to be able to run the truck lights out.
Makes getting away from the cops easier at night
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I'm confused by the question as well. My auto headlights only come on if the headlight switch is in the autolight posisition?
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did the 07's come where they stay on all the time? My 06 has an auto setting when the switch is to the left it can be off when the switch in the center first click to the right is running lights and all the way to the right is headlights on...when I pull the switch out it turns on the fog lamps...

is yours different than this?
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OP...do you have daytime running lights like those stupid GM products where you can't turn them off? is it custom or something...I don't know if Ford is doing that too nowadays..I sure hope not.
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pop the relay out in the fuse box. i think it's number 3
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I'm confused my 07 just keep headlight switch in off position the lights stay off
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