Question about 1998 Toyota Land Cruiser
Without a better explanation, I would guess you go do the road with the lights on, and they go on and off. I just fixed that problem on my Jeep, last month. There are 2 things that can be wrong. 1- a ground wire has come loose and shakes going down the road, causing lights to flash( my problem). 2- switch is going bad, and needs to be replaced. You can get one at any auto parts store. Switches are different in every car and truck, and you can get instructions on how to change it form places like AutoZone, NAPA, and any other big store. My ground was under the dash. Screw just came loose over the years.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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