You can do it via hard wiring - though that can produce an error message or you can do what roarf has stated here using PA, ISTA, or NCS.How are you able to run the Halo LED's like that as your DRL? On my 2003 M5, the DRL is the high beam bulb run at a lower wattage and the halos only come on when I turn on the parking lights. Would love to do away with the high beam DRL and have the halos only instead. TIA.
Or you can have someone local to you code it or remotely.
Most indy mechanics should be able to disable the DRL pretty easily - using a snap-on unit or anythng similar. I think even bimmercode and Carly will do it pretty easily as well.It's a simple coding change if you have PA Soft and probably NCS Expert as well. Or if you have an Intravee it can be done through that (at least to enable AEs as DRLs.. I don't think it can turn off the high beam DRLs).
yes, we have a relay that supports itFor the US/NA MY2003 headlight assembly, the "halo" bulb also illuminates the corner light. The high-beam DRLs can be programmed off in the LCM using any one of the programming ("coding") software options available. The front parking lights can be turned on always also acting as DRLs.
To have only the halos on all of the time you will have to install a relay and find a switched ignition power source for which instructions are found in the forum. Umnitza may even sell a harness to facilitate this.