There are several possibilities: It could mean a bad switch in the dashboard. It could mean a bad ground or bad connection in the wiring. There are other possibilities but that's where I'd start.
I have an 2005 and the headlights on it will dim, and then brighten back to normal. I bought it brand new, and it has done it since I bought it. I actually took it back to the dealership, and asked them about it, and they said that Chevy knew that it would do that, but that the car would keep running, and that there was nothing that they could do about it. Hope this helps.
What kind of flicker do you mean? I own an '05 Aveo (my first car) and I find that my running lights get dim, go back to full brightness, and repeat. My interior clock goes in and out too. Why I mention the clock is that when I did a little research, I found that the circuit for the clock and the headlights are connected. After checking it out, I found that when the lights are bright, the clock is out, and when the lights were dim, the clock was on. I don't know if this is your issue, but it could help.
You can find these headlights online, but aftermarket headlights still will cost you a pretty penny, if your grand prix has plastic headlights and it is just a matter of discoloration this could easily be fixed. Just go to the The Headlight Solution, at headlightsolution.net they specialize in restoring / cleaning headlights to like new condition.
Flicker is a criticism sometimes made of active 3D. Poorly calibrated or low quality glasses are often causes of the flicker. As a first step, check batteries in the glasses. Make sure, if there is a timing calibration or set up control for the glasses that you do the set up properly. Finally, make sure that the glasses are compatible with the television. Sometimes, using an alternative model of glasses with an active 3D television can make a difference.
Headlights won't turn offYou don't mention the make, model, and year of your vehicle so this answer will have to be generic in nature.Many of the later model vehicles are designed for the headlights to remain on for some time allowing a person to have light to navigate their driveway, sidewalk or garage to an entrance door to the house.This condition of headlights remaining on temporarily is accomplished using a "relay" which is a switch which is controlled by an electrical current.That relay control current is usually provided by an electronic timer device. Sometimes the timer is inside the relay, and sometimes it is a separate device, possibly located some distance from the relay.Therefore, IF the timer "sticks" in the on mode, or the contact points in the relay stick in the closed position, then the electrical current to the headlights never gets turned off and thus the headlights stay on.
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