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All lights in car flicker

Can someone tell me where the illumination ground is located so i can tighten it plz thanks

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Name some lights?, that do and dont. flicker.
Inside car, or outside, or both,,, just a hint, here.......???????
there are like 50 lamps total. huge #, cluster , is max.
i see you are just repeating anothers wild guess. why do to that.?
why not get a voltmeter and see which side of the lamp
has bad voltage. (bad power)
here is how to prove it. it's not hard or magic,
1: hood up. (bonnet in UK)
2: $10 walfart meter in hand (or better)
3: set meter to 20v. range. and leads to volts jacks on meter.
4: connect black test lead to the battery minus lug. (yes, there only)
5: now at the bad light under test, BLUT? you .
6: turn on said light.
7: and with the red test lead touch both lamp pins.
8: the ground pin must be 0.5v or lower.
9: not running engine the hot wire to lamp will be near 12v.

the pin the jumps(voltage) is bad.
note how my steps find both side failures.
once knowing which side is bad (truth) we work that side.
post back your results.

all techs have a jumper wire to extend their meter leads
or cant work on cars.

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