What year GT6? How long have you been driving it? When was the last time they worked properly and did you do anything to it since then? If so, I'd revisit the areas you did any work in.
Perhaps it is grounding issues, or possibly switch issues-common issue for vehicles that have sat unused for many years, especially outside. Check and clean the contacts at the fuse box and at each of the lights, including the grounds. Additionally, sometimes the switches get corroded and just need to be worked over real good by simply rocking the switch back forth a few times, perhaps even dismantling the switch (if you dare) and clean it out.
: As Glen said,the stabilizer is not going
: to be the source of the problem.
: Check all the simple stuff first like
: making sure all the cable connections
: to/from the alternator are clean and
: free of corrosion. This also means
: cleaning all the connections at/on the
: starter solenoid, battery terminals,
: and the ground cable connection points.
: Then check that the belt is properly
: On to terminology. The terms
: "stabilizer" and
: "regulator" have different
: meanings and are often used incorrectly
: for each other.
: The voltage stabilizer is associated
: with the gauges on Triumph cars from
: the early 1960s onward. The
: stabilizer's job is to reduce the car's
: operating voltage to an average 10V to
: power the bimetallic temperature and
: fuel gauges. The stabilizer is an
: electromechanical switch whose output
: voltage will only influence what the
: gauges read/do.
: The other part more likely to influence
: your car's behavior is the voltage
: regulator. On cars with generators the
: regulator is a remotely mounted black
: box about the size of two small
: clenched fists. It typically was
: mounted on the firewall... on that
: housing where the fresh air intake for
: the passenger compartment is. On cars
: with alternators, the regulator is no
: longer a separate device, it is
: integrated into the alternator itself
: along with the diode bridge. Your best
: option is to remove the alternator and
: take it to the local auto parts store.
: Ask them to bench test the alternator.
: This is typically done for free as they
: hope you will buy a replacement
: alternator from them.
: If they tell you the alternator is bad,
: believe them and consider buying a
: rebuilt unit with lifetime warranty as
: the replacement. If they say the
: alternator is "good", have
: them load test the battery after you
: reinstall the alternator. If both the
: battery and alternator check out as
: "good" yet the flickering
: continues, you may have an intermittent
: failure or you could have a
: high-mileage alternator where the
: brushes are approaching their wear
: Doug L.
: --Previous Message--
: Sorry I don't know where exactly it is
: under the dash, but it likely has
: nothing to do with the problem since
: none of the circuits involved run off
: the lower voltage stabilizer.
: It serves the instruments; the lights,
: directionals, etc are on separate 12v
: The only thing that the circuits may
: share is the ground...
: Good luck!
: --Previous Message--
: Does anyone know where the voltage
: stabilizer is located. My GT6 did not
: pass state inspection yesterday because
: when my turn signals are on, the
: headlights, the parking lights all
: flicker. I suspect it is the voltage
: stabilizer but not sure since my
: alternator is charging at the correct