If yours has the curved, white LED strip at the bottom of the headlight that act as the running light, then there is no bulb to replace. They're diodes inside the headlight that are almost not worth replacing. If they start flickering after a certain amount of time then there might be a heatsink issue. They may be overheating and flickering.I did take off caps and check all connections.
Turned on and started and they were fine for a few then started again.
Car is going to my daughter tomorrow I guess I can keep researching it.
I would gladly change headlights bulbs if I knew it would fix.
Thanks a lot for the help.
If you do that and it's steady voltage means you either have a ground problem, bad headlights,or the circuit can't supply enough power.Thinking out loud here:
if I pull that wire, start car and take a voltage reading on that wire - wondering if its steady or fluctuating to make them flicker?