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The headlights keep flashing. its like the alarm is going off while im driving

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  • www_williamj Apr 14, 2009

    cant figure this car out i dont know if its the factory alarm or that twilight thing with the headlights.the lights flasdh after i shut it off and whi9le i drive it . im wondering if i can reset the alarm and that will take care of my problem or a bad switch?

  • www_williamj Apr 14, 2009

    the headlights flash even when the switch is off. when i shut the door and the twilight thing ends they start flashing

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The usual cause of this is the headlight switch is defective, the contacts for the switch or the connector get burnt, replace the switch and the connector if they show signs of overheating, they will be discolored looking.

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    yadayada Apr 14, 2009

    The answer/solution I provided you was based on the incomplete information u provided in the 1st post, this is the usual solution for blinking head lights based on 30 years as an automotive technician, since I was handicapped by the incomplete info you gave in the 1st post of the problem don't u thing the Thanks For Trying rating is very unfair?? I do this for free, just trying to help u out and save u a little MONEY.

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    yadayada Apr 15, 2009

    are u going to change this unfair rating ?

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