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    Been Around the Block Krystianjk's Avatar
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    Truck-lite high beam flickering

    Has anyone had this problem before, where when you switch the high beams on they flicker? I have the anti-flicker harnesses installed. And all the connections are tight, so idk what the problem is

    Heres a video of what I'm talking about:

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    Token East Coast Guy MR.Ty's Avatar
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    Did you use die-electric grease on the connections?
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    Tying zip ties and die electric grease helped my flickering.
    Last edited by Jackal01; 09-28-2015 at 01:04 AM.

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    x2 to the above posts.
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    Is it only one side or both? If its only one side you could have a bad anti flicker module. Switch the modules to make sure. One of mine went bad after a couple months and was replaced under warranty. After a year went by I ordered an extra that I threw in my console.

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    I'll try out the grease and let y'all know if it helped, and just to be sure which connections should I apply it to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Is it only one side or both? If its only one side you could have a bad anti flicker module. Switch the modules to make sure. One of mine went bad after a couple months and was replaced under warranty. After a year went by I ordered an extra that I threw in my console.
    It's both I believe o.O

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krystianjk View Post
    I'll try out the grease and let y'all know if it helped, and just to be sure which connections should I apply it to?
    I applied it to both ends of the pulse modulator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MR.Ty View Post
    I applied it to both ends of the pulse modulator.
    This.. Fixed mine.

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    Maybe new pigtails are needed

    I had this problem with mine. It turned out to be defective pigtail (anti-flicker harnesses). I called truck-lite and they overnighted a new set for me at no cost. Fixed my problem and this was about a year ago now and still going strong. Yes and using dielectric grease will also help with corrosion amongst other things. Always a good idea to use that stuff.
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