Headlight problem on a 2011 Ford Edge Headlights


Asked by Oct 01, 2019 at 05:49 PM about the Ford Edge

Question type: General

When my headlights are on, one will turn off but if I turn
them off and then back on it will come back on. And then it
will go off again and do the same thing again. What could
this possibly be.?

6 Answers


Bad connection at the bulb is my guess.


I dont think there is a bulb. It's more of a projection system. You know what I mean?


Like the headlights shutter on and off. When I took it to auto zone to get a headlight bc that's what I thought it was, the guy told me that my car doesnt have headlights, that it's a projection system. So anyways a few people have said it's probably a relay so I went o rockauto.com to look for relays a d theres no such thing so idk if it's called something else or what..... I know nothing about vehicles so I'm just lost


Double check the connection to the headlights.




Thank you.

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