Did you upgrade the headlights? If you did by chance at some point, they may be draining more current out of the circuitry that it is capable of running, overloading it and causing these blips. Try going back to the factory recommended bulbs.
== == == == Bad headlight relay, loose connection, Bad ground. I cannot speak to your specific make and model, BUT most vehicles, some for many years, protect the HEADLIGHT circuit with "automatic resetting" CIRCUIT BREAKERS, instead of fuses. The purpose for this was so that if a short circuit occured while night driving, the headlights would only be out for a few seconds, returning momentarily to provide light for safely slowing and stopping the vehicle. This was a safety improvement over the old fuse system which once "blown" would leave a driver at highway speed, possibly in total darkness. Since the auto-resetting circuit breaker is a thermally operated device based on amount of current flowing through it, the cyclic rate of off/on will vary depending on the relative severity of the short circuit. Sometimes, if the short itself is only intermittent, the issue will arise only occasionally, and seem to "come and go." And of course, there could be other causes. Regardless of cause, the issue you describe IS a SERIOUS SAFETY problem, and you should take your vehicle to an auto electronics technician, or a qualified mechanic. He/she should troubleshoot your electrical system, identify the cause of the problem, and PROPERLY correct it.j3h.
Loose connection somewhere. Bad switch maybe.
Headlights should not be left on while the vehicle is not in use. If you are not driving, you will just drain your battery while having your headlights on.
Most likely headlight switch is not making proper contact (best case - clean and relubricate), or there is an open in the wiring (wires need repairs or replacing).
Check the oxygen sensor. My 1995 Grand Cherokee stopped stalling while driving after it was replaced.
If it's raining enough for wipers on you have to have headlights on. Intermittent wiper its not required.
i think white because of headlights
it may be your headlight switch, all mentioned circuits are routed through it
Your battery is weak, or your your alternator is not charging battery.
Increased glare from lights, especially oncoming headlights when driving at night.
Just on the front of your car on either side to help you see in the dark while you are driving!
most likely bad switch
Brighter headlights dah!
It depends on the setpoint of the thermostat.
If any vehicle stalls while driving it should be seen by a mechanic soon. It can be the a issues with the computer, ignition, or fuel.
Some cars have lights that turn on lights automatically due to outside brightness
cutting fuel while driving
out of gas or timing belt
Turn into the oncoming traffic lane. The bright headlights and horns will keep you awake.
If your headlights go out while you are driving, you can try switching to your high beams. When you get home, you can replace the bulbs.
A vehicle alternator keeps the battery charged It allows you to use the vehicle accesories while driving ( headlights , radio , etcetera )
If the interior lights stay on while driving on a 2002 Impala, there could be a problem with the headlight switch. Check the relay center for the headlights that is just behind the headlight switch.
it could be your emission check sensor
Conditions of reduced visibility (rain, fog, snow, etc.). Additionally, some states require headlights to be turned on while in construction zone.
your alternator is going bad