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The low beam head lights turn off and back on by themselves. No partial

(2003 GMC Envoy)
in Tampa, FL on August 14, 2013
sequence of days or months. I had a diagnotice done by a certified repair shop and they couldn't find a problem. All lights, fuses etc were checked for being loose. Do you know why this is happening?
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on August 14, 2013
Dimmer or multifunction switch is a good suspect! A "very good" suspect!!
on August 14, 2013
Need a bit more information, most nwer vehicles have automatic headlights and day time running lights? is possible if you have auto headlights that the light sensor maybe going bad...
on August 14, 2013
I do have the auto sensor and the turn-on switch, which I leave in the same position. My low beam lights go off and on during the night time. When they go off, I have to use my fog lights in order to see where I'm going. Then ramdomly they come back on or go off again.
on August 14, 2013
will they come back on if you turn switch to on position? If not try changing the headlight switch, other than that sounds like a loose wire or bad or loose ground...Also even though they may have been check the head light relay may be faulty, it could work for a while but loose connection as it heats up, pull the relay and chen the socket carefully if socket looks good then try replacing the relay...
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