Good to hear about the rear LED on the TL+. But as for the fronts, on the TL+, what is that strip made of then if not LED? Does it light up? Can it light up on its own without the beams?No, the LED strip for the DRL is only on the Limited model. The TL+ utilizes the lower powered (dimmed) high beam light for the DRL.
The TL+ does have the rear LED bars like the OP's picture.
The front LED lights will come on for both the parking lights and headlights. It's a nice accent piece but really pops as a DRL on the Limited trims. Hopefully some mad genius on this forum will come up with a plug-n-play harness to change over the DRL on the lower trims to use this. I'd definitely be in line to buy that.The TL+ has the LED eyebrow in the front headlights. However, you can’t switch them on independently. On the TL+, the DRLs are the bright light bulbs at low power unlike the Limited where the DRLs are the LED eyebrow. On the TL+, the LED eyebrow is on when the headlights are on. Not sure if they are on when the parking lights are on.
Oh come on. That’s not what fog lights are meant for. They are not ornamental. . But whatever floats your boat.One thing I really like about the Limited that looks incredible is I like to drive with the parking lights turned on with the LED fog lights on. So you have the bright LED DRL eye brow lights on with the lower LED fogs as well. Looks really cool.
I would like to know as well!Has anyone actually figured out if the LED tails are swappable with the non led tails? I just bought a brand new 2017 Pacifica Touring last night, and never realized it doesn't have the LED tails, and I too want them lol. Plus the tails can be easily purchased of eBay for a decent set running about 400 bucks. Anyone know for sure??
Since headlights and taillights come on shortly after the wipers are activated, your dealer might be able tap off that circuit to activate when the car is started. That's all I can think of. (BTW, starting 2020 in Canada taillights will be added to the DRL requirement on new cars -- Be seen or be fined: driving without daytime lights could cost you $172 - New Brunswick - CBC News)A little twist on the requests here on this forum... but does anyone know how to keep the rear LED taillights on with the DRLs (for those with Limited trims)? I will pay for this. I live in Hawaii where we commonly see heavy downpours out of nowhere that instantly limit sight distance. Having these on with my DRLs permanently allow me to drive around in daytime pouring rain knowing I never have to switch my lights on (and subsequently have to adjust the instrument gauge lighting). Thank you in advance.
Thank you. Canada is definitely smart (smarter than the US) to make this a requirement. Inclement weather that instantly limits sight distance (but does not activate headlights because ambient lighting is still too bright) can happen almost everywhere.Since headlights and taillights come on shortly after the wipers are activated, your dealer might be able tap off that circuit to activate when the car is started. That's all I can think of. (BTW, starting 2020 in Canada taillights will be added to the DRL requirement on new cars -- Be seen or be fined: driving without daytime lights could cost you $172 - New Brunswick - CBC News)