i'll take a look at at it today, but i think you are right. :thumb:canyonblue737 said:If you have the HID option then during the day the inside lights will be on (they are dedicated daytime running lights) and the outside will be off. at night the outside lights will be on and the inside will be off, just as you described. this includes when you turn the brights on which simply increases the intensity of the outside lights. I suspect you have HID and nothing at all is wrong with your vehicle. Acadia's without the HID option operate differently.
It's completely normal. The DRL is so close to the turn signal that it masks the turn signal's visibility when both lights are on, so the DRL turns off to make the turn signal more visible.alvam said:My wife also told me that she noticed during the day (when daytime running lights are on) when she uses the turn signal, the daytime running lights turn off on the side you are turning. I never noticed, but she said she was behind a shiny truck and saw that happen on the reflection on the back of the truck. Interesting.. ???
Do you mind sending me your VIN number so when the park bulb burns out early I don't get dinged on the warranty? ;Dgmtech77 said:I could not stand the look of having 1 bulb out with the signal light on (late model dodge trucks do this also). I pulled my DRL fuses to disable them. The DRL lights are too dim and yellow for my liking anyway. My park lights are now my DRL's now.