'cos that is wt it is designed 2 do
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.
TRY CHECKING TO SEE IF YOU HAVE A HIGH BEAM HEADLIGHT OUT. tHIS WILL CAUSE THE PROBLEM YOU HAVE.
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.
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.
You could be hitting the flash feature on the turn signal arm when you use it.
you've got a short or a bad fuse
you probly have loose light bulbs
No this is a myth and what dumb question
because you turn them on and off, on and off...
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.
In Illinois, yes. It's called improper use of high beam headlights.
This repair is probably well beyond your capabilities. They'll need to get into the ECM and program it for the alarm.
A tsb is a technical service bulletin. A flash is a software update for a computer.
Flash your high beams once or twice quickly