DRL's stopped working?
So there I was, leaving work as a coworker flagged me down saying one of my lights was out. I had just replaced my factory DRL's with Putco 360 white LED replacements only 5 days prior. I didn't think much of it, I figured the wedge bulb just wasn't making contact and I'd fix it when I got home. Only when I got there BOTH were now out (had a friend put it in drive as I observed). I was kind of pissed because LED bulbs don't grow on trees and they were brand new. I then replaced them with the factories (good thing I didn't throw those out) only to find out those weren't working now either. I figured it couldn't be a fuse because they didn't go out at the same time. I checked the fuse panel anyway to see if they were on separate fuses but I could only find one that said DRL and it was labeled M3 20 amp and appeared to be ok. All wiring, bulbs, connecters, and headlights appear to look fine as well. Same goes for the Putco LED's. No melting of wires or connecters, no browned headlights, no blown glass in the headlight, all which I've read about on this forum. Everything looks fine. I might as well mention that it was raining that day and I also had HID fog lights put in recently as well. Figured those factors were not contributing to this though.
Does anyone have any ideas on how I should trouble shoot this? Am I looking at the wrong fuse? Open to all suggestions. Oh, and it's a 12' overland with about 1300 miles on it.