Mine has done this twice now within the past week. The first time it was about 11 degrees and snowing, but the roads weren't all that wet yet. Last night, it was clear and about 9 degrees and my headlights and instrument panel lights began flashing rapidly when I made an abrupt stop. Both times, I turned the headlights off, then back on and it was fine for the rest of the trip. Not sure what's going on here or what kind of $ I may have to dump into this in the near future. Good old American engineering. My Commander is an '06 3.7 with 49,000 on it. In my book, having to worry about crap like this in a 3 year old car is unacceptable. And we wonder why people won't buy American. I always have, and this is what I get. I love this car though--I bought it this past summer with 42,000 on it and it's everything I wanted. I just don't want to have to worry about defects like this--we shouldn't have to.