The concept of daytime running lights, also known as DRL, is one of the advances that are designed to improve safety. The technology was originally developed in the mid 20th century, but it was not used until about 10 years, then to Finland became the first country to do the DRL installation on the vehicle legally in 1972. Shortly thereafter, Canada and many European countries adopted laws requiring the use of daytime running lights.
There are four different styles of the DRL. There are low-beam light, dimmed high beam, the light is stable and dedicated DRL. European countries tend to lean towards the use of low-beam lights that remain consistently after the car engine is running. In this post we will provide information about daytime running lights wiring diagrams of the 1994 Nissan Maxima J30. Daytime running lights will turn on automatically when the engine is turned on. Lighting switch operations other than the above are the same as conventional light systems.
The following schematic illustrates the 1994 Nissan Maxima J30 Daytime Light System Wiring Diagram: