First, I apologize if this has already been asked many times, but the only thing I found was threads about disabling DRLs. I'm trying to replace the high beam headlights with LEDs. I bought a set of 9005 LEDs off of eBay, and they are actually quite bright and focus very well. Problem is, during the day, the DRLs don't work and it automatically switches on the low beams and interior lights, like it thinks it's nighttime. I've read that the DRLs work by running the high beams in series, and sure enough, I'm only getting 6V when the DRLs are on (with standard halogen). I already tried those $10 "DRL decoders" from eBay and it didn't do anything. What if a large resistor in parallel to simulate the load of a halogen lamp was used? Then there'd have to be some way to boost the 6V to 12V. Is there any way to fix this? I don't want to go to HIDs. For now I switched back to halogens, but I'd like for this to work.