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The bulb thats under the blinker light(on the headlights) is known as the parking light.....or so ive read. My question is is there a fuse for these lights?. I looked in the manual but it didnt give a clear explanation as to if there was one or not. I know that i could just pull the bulbs out but id rather pull the fuse instead. I just want to do it for the look at night of just the headlight and the blinker bulb.
dunno why they're called 'parking lights'. they should be 'running lights' because they show that the lights are on (running), headlights or no headlights. Lotta other cars have 'daytime running lights' which are basically fuction the same thing except the plastic is opaque(makes lights visible during the day) and not crystal clear like on our cars.
ps: playa got the size right, it's the 194 bulb, but i'm not sure which fuse in the box. If you're goona leave the socket empty, cap it with cork or something. Don't wanna leave that junk open
you can not take the fuse out, if i recal correct, there is one fuse that controlled the signal light/parking light and interior dash light, i burt it once. so the ony way u can do this is by taking out the bulb and replacing it with nothing, or geting a 194 blue or led blue bulb
Also civics in canada do come with running lights, they r yellow and go on when the car does, although i took the fuse out for it so i can use my strobes