The headlight switch has a built in circuit breaker. It is to protect the system in case of a short. Also the voltage regulator is built into the alternator. Or, you could just have a bad ground somewhere.
On a 1999 GEO Tracker, a bad fuse can cause the headlights and dash lights to blink. A bad voltage regulator or alternator can also cause lights to blink and flicker.
Computer has detected a problem with the transmission.
it might need a new bulb - they often blink when they are about to die.
The interior lights and rear lights might go out on a 1995 Honda Accord because the light fuse has blown. Check the fuses under the hood or under the steering wheel to confirm.
Most likely poor wiring.
What would cause your fuse to blow when you turn on your lights on your 1993 mazda 323 the fuse to the tail lights on dash lights blow?
Blinking lights on dash and exterior lights may indicate a bad ground wire or a faulty headlight switch. Both would cause those problems.
bad headlight switch.
its not your timing belt you need a alternator belt,but have your battery charged before you drive the car,you could damage the computer with low voltage
maybe needs gas filter
Remove the muffler
The license plate light fuse. It's a 10A fuse if I remember correctly. Sounds crazy, but I had no running lights and no lights other than warning lights on my instrument panel and it took me forever to figure it out. Apparently that whole circuit runs off of that one fuse. I have a 2000 Honda Accord, but I would assume it would be the same for a 1992.
You will have to check all the door sensors.
Dirty fuel filter or air filter.
Next step would be to check the fuses
If you mean the headlight switch, pulling it out once turns on the dash lights and turns off the daytime running lights, pulling it again turns on the headlights.
If it is anything like my '88, it is probably a relay. If you have stock fog lights, try turning them off and see if this helps. On mine, if I turn the fog lights off when the headlights start to blink it fixes the problem...untill i turn the fog lights back on that is. there was a recall to correct this-contact your dealer-they repaired mine for free because of the recall.
Assuming you have the lights turned off, you are seeing the brake lights. They are more than likely on because the brake light switch is defective or out of adjustment.
Are you talking about the lights that are under the gauges, that read "check engine", battery, oil press, etc.? If so, your ecu is not getting a STA signal, or start signal. You need to test for ecu trouble codes. To do this... go under the bonnet and find the DIAGNOSIS box. Jumper terminals TE1 and E1. Start the engine. Watch the Check engine light blink. It works kind of like Morse code. For instance... BLINK BLINK ... pause ... BLINK BLINK BLINK would be a code 23. This site can help you determine the meaning of the code. Good luck. http://docs.azsupracentral.com/Engine%20Error%20Codes.pdf
battery light on 2000 f250 will blink if battery is not properly charged. an example is if you have been sitting all day with stereo olaying and engine not running, you have run battery down some. after starting engine and driving, the battery light will blink while alternator charges until battery is fully charged i have only experienced this at night when lights are on creating extra load for alternator ,after running battery down with stereo all day
Sounds like a combination of:  A short circuit in the driving light circuit, combined with a  Auto resetting circuit breaker[instead of a fuse].
The switch is wearing out on the inside, just order a new one and replace it.
The fuse is blown. They put the dash lights and tail lights on the same fuse so that if you are driving at night the absence of the dash lights will be made relevent to you in order to get your tail lights fixed.
It can lead to an accident
bent wheels or a broken cord in a tire or a deformity in a tire.