Daytime running lights are listed as an option. Could that explain the difference in appearance between two vans you mentioned? I assumed that the daytime running lights were achieved by running the normal high-beams at 90% brightness (I know that some vehicle OEMs do this), but perhaps it's a dedicated element in the lamp cluster.
This picture was probably taken from some early ProMaster marketing material. Such materials almost always have some fine-print to the effect of "pre-production vehicle shown; specifications and equipment subject to change."
This could explain why we see the European headlights together with the Ram grille. I've never seen a production ProMaster with these headlights.
so we'll get those, but put 100 watt 6000k lamps in them seeing as, HID's are pretty much impossible to adapt...the daytime running lights will be pink led's, oh and the lower valance lights are being switched out to pink also to match the dog...pics soon...btw, the headlights are less than 300 bucks delivered from the UK
headlight confusing - the manual does not tell you where the full beam and the low beam is located. i had a busted left low beam. i was confident i could replace it easily so i pop into o`reileys and bought a replacement bulb. to my amazement the new bulb did not light up! after tinkering with the light switch i found out that the low beam bulb is on the outer left of the headlight assembly and not the one closest to the hood. had to buy another bulb, since i did not use rubber gloves when i took out the "high beam" bulb. after the trial and error, i decided to take out the headlight assembly and click open the low beam clip and got my low beam working again. p.S. had to get my android to take photos of the bulb clips so i can remembeer how the position when puting it back. it is a lot easier to just take out the headlight assembly than to use your long arms to reach the low beam bulb clip. another hard lesson i learned.