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94 dodge dakota healdights turn on and off while driving

Ive been having these problems with my headlights when on the low beams i can drive for bout 20 mins or maybe all night till the start flickering on and off. when the high beams are on the start to flicker after 5 or 10 mins of turning them on. ive replaced both switches for my headlights and doesnt seem to fix it anyone have a idea what could cause this issue? could it possibly be a short in a wire somewhere or bad ground please help need fixed soon.

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Make sure they are canected tight and look for the short or ground you got the right idea now fix before people pull over for you thinking your a cop

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