Headlights Tail and Brake Lights
Ford Explorer XLT
Ford F-150

What would cause the tail lights and headlights to blink off and on sporatically on a Ford truck?

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2006-04-09 03:47:04
2006-04-09 03:47:04

bad headlight switch.

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