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94 f150 xlt. headlights and tail lights brighten and dim while driving. Interior lights do not brighten or dim. could it be a loose connection somewhere?


Take a extra earth wire from the negative of the battery to the body and from the body to the engine. The problem should then be solved. Or replace the relay in the fuse-box for the lights. The cover of the fuse-box will show you which relay is for the lights.

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Dash lights come on with the headlights then shut off


Do you have a dimmer for interior lamps? Like a rheostat, a little wheel that you turn up or down to brighten or dim interior lamps. Usually the instrument cluster lamps brighten and dim the same way.
Can you brighten and dim the other interior lamps?

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2006 ford five hundred headlights brighten every 5 seconds


Sound like a bad ground somewhere but it is strange its every five seconds. See if you can hear a relay clicking somewhere under the hood or dash.

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1989 Volvo 240DL Sedan My Brake lights cease to increase in lumen (brighten) when depressing brake pedal, however they are lit when headlights are activated. My running lights (headlights &...


lamp failure light on possible because the SECOND filament in your STOP/TAIL Light Bulb is burned out- change one side and check fail lamp again- repeat on other side- fail lamp works off of resistance-burned or blown bulb is only way it lights unless you have a wiring issue

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WHEN I TURN MY HEADLIGHTS THE DASH BOARD LIGHTS TURNS OFF


Rotate and operate the switch for your interior lights. This also dims/brightens your dash lights when you turn on your headlights.

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Dodge 98 1500 pull headlight knob headlights do not brighten (stays in daylight running mode) - hi-beams work fine


you need a new headlight switch. depending on where you go to get the switch it will be anywhere from 60 to 80 bucks. very easy to install. i had this problem about 3 weeks ago. good luck

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You need a new headlight switch most likley. Try turning the knob to dim and brighten quickly and push in and out on the headlight between parking and headlights.

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