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Headlights blink off while driving

While driving the car the headlights will blink off and on randomly ( both headlights at the same time) but all other running lights and remain working. Bulbs appear to be good, fuses are good. Have checked as many wires as possible and can't duplicate problem.

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  • oatesd Nov 18, 2008

    i replaced the headlight switch and the multi function switch and they still blink off, even when the car is parked in the driveway

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Change the headlight switch they are most likely burnt, hence the connection makes and breaks when they get hot.

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

  • Roscoe Solley
    Roscoe Solley Apr 16, 2016

    Changed the switch and relay.

  • yadayada
    yadayada Apr 19, 2016

    You have a poor connection somewhere, check all the connection point like where the wiring goes through the engine bulkhead, also check all the grounds, tighten them even if they appear tight.

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