DRL and Highbeams share the same bulb. DRL has low voltage running through it under normal conditions, but when we need the high beams, higher voltage is applied and you get the "high beam" effect i.e. more light.I thought the op was talking about his daylight running lights and not his high beams???
My drl lights are also aimed differently. I need to fix them.
are you sure all the tabs are in there holes?? when i installed mine it was a a pita to twist but once it went in but one of the tabs didn't go in the hole... felt like it was in there but the bulb was loose like you described... tried multiple times and finally got all the tabs in the right holes.... ( unless you know what i'm talking about yes everything i said can sound very wrong and dirty lol)Ok i finally had time to check the bulbs today and what i found out is that once the bulbs are twisted in correctly the left bulb holder is like loose a little..i can push down and push up on it... the left one however is sturdy and wont budge. i double checkd again and theres nothign wrong with the way the bulb is put on. i guess its just the holder is loose or soemthing? any ideas?