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    Seattle
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2007 997TT
  • Future cars
    2007 / 2008 911 Turbo
  • Former cars
    1999 Boxster
  1. Thanks! :-) My 997 is a US spec. I had hoped the DRL fog light hack would be sufficient, but looks like it's not :-( Hoping to find out if there's a way to disable the all off position on the lighting control - or to find another way to keep the fogs on in that position.
  2. I'm wondering if anybody knows of a way of disabling the all lights off switch position in a 997.1 - the position to the left of "Home" on the light switch control. I've done a DRL hack to get my fog lights to come on when the engine starts if the switch is in the "Home" position, but also need them to remain/come on even in the "All off" position. The regulations for DRLs in Canada specifically call out no manual way to turn off the DRLs via a switch when the car is on. Any thoughts?
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