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Question by  worker16 (16)

Why are my lights flickering on my vehicle?


Answer by  Brandon55 (1719)

The most likely cause of flickering lights is a loose or intermittent connection. To figure out where the problem is, find the wires that connect to the lights and jiggle them a little bit to see if you can make the problem happen. If you can make them flicker then tape the wires up tightly.


Answer by  oui72 (514)

Intermittent current usually means faulty electrical wiring. Means that loose contact could cause it. Or, probably a short circuit from an open wire.


Answer by  Jimbob (2275)

Flickering of a headlight is often an indication that there may be a short in the connection which is moved and shorts out when driving. Or if you have an older vehicle it will be caused by the way the alternator produces power while at a low idle. Most likely it is a short in the connection wires.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

More than likely you have some sort of short in your lighting system. It may also be caused by a loos electrical connector.


Answer by  mcmario2007 (786)

Your lights flicker because there may be a short circuit in the electrical system in your car, other reasons can be poor battery condition and road conditions especially bumpy roads.

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