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    Car is off but tail lights and fog lights are flickering. Any suggestions

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    My '14 Challenger RT (base with no HID lighting), manual trans, Car is off and parked in gear. However, on several occasions I'll notice that my fog lights and my tail lights are flickering very dimly? Was also noticed during a state vehicle inspection today. What the hell is wrong with my car? Thanks.
    Last edited by Capt_Zoom; 04-28-2017 at 06:10 PM.



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    It's a transformer

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellcatmotors View Post
    It's a transformer

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    Thanks...have you seen this on a lot of challengers? Where is it located? God help me if your referring to robots.
    Last edited by Capt_Zoom; 04-29-2017 at 06:08 PM.
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    Any sort of light show device?

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    I've got an xkglow LED controller but its not linked to the headlights, fog lights, or tail lights. It's also off on and connected to a separate toggle switch. It only runs 2 LED's hidden in my hood vents and 2 more to light up the driver and passenger foot area. Is connected to the power distrubution center under the hood.

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    Ground issues back feeding by chance.. put a powerprobe or bolt meter an check your grounds.. I have seen controllers go bad. An out power to the ground circut #somethingsmadeinchina

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    Check your battery health and battery connections, if you get a voltage drop, all kinds of silly stuff can happen. Maybe do a battery disconnect, to reset everything, see if that helps

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    Solve it. Was the light switch. Gotta love it when parts fail before they are even 3 yrs old and you've exceeded your 36k miles on warranty.

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