Q: DRL System Light on

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The DRL System Light is on, which is the front headlights, and lower lights.

Hello. The DRL lights are supposed to be on during the day at all times. DRL stands for Daytime Running Lights. This is a safety feature for your car. It is perfectly normal that the DRL System Light is on.

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