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I have a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee. For at least the past 9 months, the headlights and dash lights will flicker and go out. I have to either click to high beams or turn lights off completely and back on for them to work. Sometimes it seems like the lights go out more when I use the turn signals. There is no regularity to when it happens. I have taken it to the dealer multiple times but they 'can't duplicate' the incident and have advised me to bring it in when it happens. The dealer is not open at night. I have to drive the freeway home from work after 8PM, and this is becoming a safety issue. Any suggestions on what may be wrong?

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    it sounds like your light switch is bad

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The flickering lights and dash lights on a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee is caused by the Steering Control Module and the Light switch stalk being bad. One being bad will cause the other to go bad. I had the same thing 3 months out of warranty. By talking with Jeep Customer Service in Detroit, they agreed to cover parts, and I paid labor. Total bill for parts and labor would have been over $900.!

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