Question about Dodge Dakota
Certainly is an unusual symptom. You might try unplugging the headlight switch and replacing it with one from an auto salvage yard. The flashers also might be part of the problem. There are relays under the hood and on the fuse panel but I am guessing you've looked at these already.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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