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Daytime running light module which is located under dash (around the area of the fuses) probably has a bad solder joint inside (if you take it apart). If not could be bad connection on one of the switches (like your dimmer switch)
Skinny, I think your on the right track. Disconnect one of your low beam head lights, turn the headlights on and to low beam, you should have voltage on the "tan"wire at the headlight. If you do not, go to the dimmer switch under the steering column and check the same wire. If it still has no voltage, replace the dimmer switch.
Good luck and let me know.
This is not a voltage problem. The problem is in the headlight/dash dimmer. You have to turn the dimmer switch on the headlight switch to select what intensity you have right? try turning it down just a smidge and if it stays steady then it is most likely a dimmer switch problem. This requires replacement of the headlight/dimmer switch to fix. local auto parts shop should be able to have this in stock.
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I had similar problems, with dash board lights and headlights flickering, and the problem was a dying alternator. After I changed it, everything got back in normal. Also, a bad alternator eventually will kill your car's battery, too. I hope this will help you.