Bugebubben: do not know exactly, there was no instructions which sensor it is, and I had no time today to examine it, but I will.No problem.
Anyway, I´ll try to see if I can slide a piece of black paper in there
But I assume the unit with the sensors are glued or something to the window ?
hehee, that is good joke. I would say it is done electric, that when you put your key in, it turnst automaticly all lights on, but you do not see the indication on dashboard that the lights are on. The switch for lights is not influencing the main headlights, but only your interior lights and illumination.I guess there must be a piece of black plastics that Honda puts in the cars in countries that legally requires headlights during the day.
Try to contact your dealer.
Interesting thread about DRLs.
I was just wondering if it was possible to bypass modifying as per above and just have LED DRLs which run off some power source point which is always on when the car runs eg: a power source which runs the lights in the instrument panel (I'm sure someone could come up with a simpler & more accesible one)? That way it's always on no matter what light setting you have (just like how DRLs should behave).