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I have a 84 ford bronco and my head lights start flashing off and on intermittantly and found my headlight switch is getting very hot. it is a sealed unit could this switch be the prob or is there a rely some where and if there is where is it

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No other problem but a shorting out headlamp switch in your Bronco

Just replace it and clean the old contacts before plugging it in the new switch

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