It is possible that the headlights are activated by the alarm. If that is not the case, if it has auto turn on headlights the module can be going bad. Other than that I don't know.
It should only flash when the doors are locked and the alarm is armed.
Flash your headlights
If the headlights flash on and off, there may be a problem with the bulbs or fuses. There may also be a problem with the battery connections or wiring.
TRY CHECKING TO SEE IF YOU HAVE A HIGH BEAM HEADLIGHT OUT. tHIS WILL CAUSE THE PROBLEM YOU HAVE.
You could be hitting the flash feature on the turn signal arm when you use it.
Short circuit in your vehicle alarm system. In most alarms, some lights will flash on and off as an indicator of an attempted break in.
In Illinois, yes. It's called improper use of high beam headlights.
because you turn them on and off, on and off...
you've got a short or a bad fuse
you probly have loose light bulbs
No this is a myth and what dumb question
Generally, you press the remote button once and the alarm arms and the lights flash once. If you press it a second time, the lights flash again and the alarm chirps.
lights dont flash
Its the alarm.
To re fresh the alarm, remove the fuse to the alarm, for 30 seconds then re fit, but be ready on the alarm key fob, to turn the alarm off, becose it will sound and flash the lights, when you first put the alarm fuse back in. After you turn off the alarm witht he key fob, it should work as normal alarm again :).
Flash your high beams once or twice quickly
A tsb is a technical service bulletin. A flash is a software update for a computer.A tsb is a technical service bulletin. A flash is a software update for a computer.
You can watch TV shows online without Adobe Flash as long as the service providing the videos does not require Adobe Flash. If the provider requires Adobe Flash, then you cannot use the service without Adobe Flash.
The Hyundai Dealership may have to "flash" the new BCM. They generally charge one hour labor for this service.
Answer: on the turning signal switch turn the handle forward for headlights. high beams pull in to flash. push out for high beams to stay on.
i assume you mean your marker lights. it sounds like your alarm going off, you must have a aftermarket alarm