Are the pulsating headlights stock or aftermarket? Turning them off and then back will stop it, but then as I rev the engine the begin pulsating again. With its stylish design, it replaces your stock units for a distinctive look at the most affordable price! If they are stock I would think the alternator may have an issue with one of the diodes. The battery normally acts like a buffer for these surges and spikes. Tested the battery with a multi meter and it read 14. Disconnection the negative battery cable while the engine is running can send a surge or spike of electricity through the electric system and this may cause very expensive issues. Civicmase07 answered 5 months ago Headlights are stock.
I have yet to replace the battery or alternator, just looking for some advice or maybe someone who experienced the same thing and fixed it themselves? All Replacement brand items are backed by 1-year, unlimited-mileage warranty. Be safe and replace your worn out or broken lights with these Replacement Headlights! You should be able to find this with this voltage drop test. I'll clean all grounds and connections in the morning. Doing a voltage drop test can narrow your issue to what connection. Almost as of the var needs to warm up? Thanks for the help guys. We disconnected the negative terminal and the car remained running, which I was told if the car had died that would mean bad alternator, the weird thing is when we re connected the negative wire to the battery it temporarily fixed the pulsating headlights. The more power I drew heat, stereo, etc, the headlights would temporarily dim then brighten back up.
Could be a wire with high resistance. Bob answered 5 months ago Disconnecting a battery terminal from a running vehicle is one of those stupid short cuts that shouldn't be done. And like I said they dont always pulsate. This type of headlight provides accurate beam and deeper optical focus at any given beam output. The choice for the enthusiast accessory buyer, StyleLine guarantees the latest styles with the most competitive prices.
Could it be my battery? Civicmase07 answered 5 months ago Also sometimes as I arrive home I can see them pulsing against the garage door. Tonight was very cold and it was the craziest I've witnessed my headlights do that. How are your terminals on your battery?. It just looks like changing this alternator is going to be a bitch without it being in the air and I just dont have the cash at this time. But sometimes I pull into my drive and can see them pulsating after driving home from work.
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