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Lights flicker while driving

Lights flicker only while the car is in motion stays steady while idling in or out of gear

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Bad electrical connection somewhere, check all grounds espically from battery to frame. Check for a ground from lights to frame or body. Bad connection somewheres, might be one of the "search till you find it" type repairs.

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