my Chrysler 300 touring lights keep going on and off

Asked by Mar 04, 2013 at 06:35 AM about the 2005 Chrysler 300 Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

headlights keep blinking on and  off

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The headlights have a circuit breaker that resets. Your headlights are drawing too much power. Did you install higher wattage bulbs? Did you add any aux lights to the circuit?

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No I have not install any bulb I'm still using the regular bulbs

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Yes

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Yes they do blink on and off and sometimes they do stay on

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Go do you reset it

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How do you reset your headlights

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I had to replace my switch, The only was that I knew this was I gave the switch a bap and they would either start flickering or stop for a few. Replaced and now all is well.

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My headlights are blinking off and on

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How do you fix this problem

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Did you replace the switch?

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No i didn't replace the switch

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Has anyone figured out how to fix this? My 2005 Chrysler 300 started doing this as well and I don't want to pay money for a dealer to look at it.

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