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Head lights flicker at night every once in a while.more and more recently. a couple of times every mile. All other dash and radio lights seamed fine. Have not had any issues with day driving or starting.

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There should be an external ground wire from the headlights to the frame, locate the wire and clean the ground and wire teminal.

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