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1995 ford mustang headlights inop, tail lighs work. I can get a flicker from them when using the dimmer switch

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Your dimmer switch has went out on you I had the exact same problem with my mustang and thats what i found it to be you can go to any parts store and get the dimmer switch. replace it and this will solve your troubles.
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