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2006 Toyota Corolla

Good day, please help.
Whenever driving at night and something would use power i.e. coolerfan the lights would suddenly dim and then come right again. Measured voltage when this happen (14.3 when car is idling and when u switch on the headlights the voltage would drop to around 11 and the goes up to 14.3) is this normal. I'm also driving a bantam and the voltage stays the same whether u switch on the lights or not

Any help would be appreciated

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I think thats a Toyota issue we have had two corollas and both did that.

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