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All my lights are flickering on my car....

I have checked the battery and replaced it, had the alternator checked and it was good. Cleaned up what ground wires I could find and still all the flickering goes on at idle and driving.....Anyone have any suggestions????

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Check Alternator Diode if one is bad it can make your lights flicker, but it will show the alternator as being good.

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