About 3weeks ago I was driving home on the highway and all of a sudden my front lights went out completely and didn't come back on for awhile. I had to hold the high beam switch while driving.

Asked by Jul 14, 2015 at 03:47 PM about the 2005 Chrysler 300 Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

now every time I drive at night my lights
either don't come on or come on for awhile
and flicker.. So I have to constantly hold my
high beams switch while driving and it's a
pain and unsafe. A friend of mines said it
might be my lighting control module... Can
someone tell what they think ?

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If you have to hold the switch for it to work I would say you have a bad head light switch.

Thanks..... You might be right but what if also might lights period flickers inside and out for awhile and this has been goin on since I bought the car 3yrs ago and my turn signal switch doesn't cut off on its own when I'm done turning???

19,150

Your light switch is in the column on the other side is your turn signal switch ?

My light switch n the turn signal are on the same column

19,150

When you have one fixed the other problem can be fixed also.

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