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Headlights flick off

Headlights go off for a fraction of a second. you have to be quick to noticed it. Only on the road, does not do it when stationary. it happens at random, A/C off,

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My 01 civic did the same. After a bit I realized it was actuall switching from DRlights to full power even thogh I had been driving with the headlights turned on. First I changed the drl relay behind the glove box because it is cheap. Then I forked over for the DRL module which I thought was the only other logical problem. Wrong ! That's why I'm searchin online now !! As I sit here another idea comes to mind. Perhaps it's the handbrake switch. That is not entirely logical but I don't have any schematics to verify my wisdom or lack therof. It is interconnected so I will have to check !

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