Question about 1992 Dodge Dynasty
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We checked all the wiring under the hood and replaced the lamps but couldn't duplicate the problem. We ended up replacing the Headlamp switch in the dash. the theory is that when the current was passing through the switch the terminals would heat up and break contact causing lights to go out. no evidence of arcing on the terminals but lights haven't blinked since.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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