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Usually a bad connection, loose wires or could be switch
The guy in the video below changed switch and lights still flickered. He said while switched was unplugged he cranked his car and lights came on and did not flicker but when he plugged the switch in they flickered. He took new switch back to dealer got another new switched and lights worked. You might unplug switch, crank car see if lights stop flickering.
Posted on Jan 13, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check for aloose alternator belt, these are famous for the alternator mounting bolts breaking off and causing the alternator to become loose allowing the belt tension to back off and be loose enough to slip on high rpm causing your condition... at least check alt and battery voltage, especially alternator charging output, go to adiscount autoparts store like autozone or kragens and have then preform a free alt check... on car... please rate my help thanks...
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
I would put a volt meter on the alternator and get someone to start the car. I suspect that once it starts the meter will not go to 14V right away. It will probably be around 11 or 12. Let the car run and see if it climbs up to 13.5 or 14 or if it stays low.
If there is any way to tighten the belt try that first and check it again. If there is no way to tighten the belt you'll have to replace the alternator. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
sounds like either the bulb is going out or the headlight wiring is bad. You could try swapping the headlight bulbs, but easier to just replace the one. See if the plug for the headlight under the hood is burned @ all - would show a bad connection.
Posted on Oct 01, 2012
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