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My 1995 grand marquis has a problem.When I turn on the front lights ( low beam and high beam ), they flash continueously .Maybe the cause of this problem is the heavy rains and the high level of water in the streets .Iasked many electricians . They didn't find out anything . I need help ,where should I start to solve it. THANKS IN ADVANCE.

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The most common cause of this issue is burnt contacts in the headlight switch and the connector to the switch, replace the headlight switch and the connector if it is burnt or melted

Posted on Dec 04, 2008

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Symptom Chart, Headlamps HEADLAMPS Condition Possible Source Action
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