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Head lights flicker on &off

Bmw 2000 740i head lights continue to flicker on and off, mainly the passinger side then both will go off and on guickly...what to do.

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Make sure there is a good connection, replace bulbs.

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  • dan Dec 01, 2008

    make sure there is a good connection, replace bulbs.

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