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Reading Topic: DRL Installation - US Spec
(Sarcasm on) Yes, owners of Mazdas are picked on here regularly, especially those who pick the mazda as a car for their wife (Sarcasm off).
I think you should take the comments posted with a grain of salt. You need a thicker skin to roam the internet.
Notwithstanding, I think the point made above is that it is very unusual to find someone trying to go the route you are. Usually, it's more like Kincaid, trying to get away from the DRLs.
Many DRL systems have a relay in a fuse panel. Often times, the relay can be removed to operate the lights w/o DRL set up. If that's the case, the simple way would be to either: (1) purchase the relay itself from a mazda dealer parts dept. (just need the part #); or (2) purchase the relay from someone who wants to get rid of theirs.
However, as the car is so new, no one outside of mazda may know how the DRL system is set up (relay or something else). I personally have been trying to get shop manuals but according to the one dealer I've dealt with, they are not yet available.
I'd just give it some time.
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