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My headlights and dash lights flicker????

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    My headlights and dash lights flicker????

    It just started about a week ago when i noticed that my throw out bearing was making noise... any relation? if not what do i do about the flicker?

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    No has nothing to do with a TO bearing. ...I check for tight and clean battery cables 1st to see if this corrects the problem. Look at both ends and cable ground connections as well.
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    sounds like a voltage problem from the alt. most times its the voltage regulator in the alt, but im not sure if its able to be had seperatley from the alt.

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    Mine has always does that when the air pump cycles on cold starts, if it's doing it all the time I'd suspect the alternator.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redls1bird
    sounds like a voltage problem from the alt. most times its the voltage regulator in the alt, but im not sure if its able to be had seperatley from the alt.
    Nope can't be seperated, yay for internally regulated alternators.

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