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My headlights, dashboatd lights keep flickering....replaced wiring, grounds, alternator checked...keeps happening...computer checked also...

2003 pt cruiser turbo...not motorcycle

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Hi, Anonymous you need to repost your question under the Chrysler PT Cruiser category, not Motorcycles. Thanks, Gregg

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SOURCE: i have an '02 dodge

When you tell us "flickering lights", I'm assuming that you are talking about turn signal or hazard lights flashers.

Also, I suggtes check and download in the Dodge-Intrepid-Owners-Manual (page 201 and next for fuse and relay locations).

Hope helps.

Posted on Oct 22, 2010

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SOURCE: my headlights keep flickering on

it could but if the high beams don't I feel it's unlikely. From my experience, check for corrosion on the back of the headlights and wiring harness. I have found in many cases this to be a worn out HI-LOW switch assembly on the steering column, wiggle the arm with low on and see if that makes any difference. Also check the electrical relay that the switch operates.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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SOURCE: my lights keep flickering but battery is good and

sounds like a fluctuating alternator

Posted on Feb 21, 2010

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SOURCE: All my lights are flickering on my car....

Check Alternator Diode if one is bad it can make your lights flicker, but it will show the alternator as being good.

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a 2002 dodge durango and my headlights and dashboard keep flickering on and off, checked the headlight switch but it seems fine. Could it be the wiring?

it could be a wiring problem underneath the dash, i would recommend to check your fuses in the car first that would be the first and most cheapest fix. you may have a fuse that is about to go out, another cheap possible solution would be to check your relays in the vehicle first as well if it is a relay i would recommend going to a junk yard and getting the same make and model relays at a junk yard that you can pull the parts off yourself at.

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