Originally Posted by 94SuperWhiteLight
I have had the same warnings in the past. I ended up checking all of my bulbs and replacing ones that had some questionable contacts. It worked for a long time, but I think I need to do it again, because I am also getting the warning!
Yes, I had problems with an intermittent contact in the socket for the high-mount brake light. I'd get a warning, but whenever I got out and checked, the bulb would be working again. See if you've got loose connections or a bad bulb that'* flickering (e.g. a broken filament that hasn't totally fallen apart yet).
The Adaptive Lamp Monitor monitors current flow on each circuit and compares it to the amount it saw "last time," whenever the circuit went hot previously, and complains at you if there'* less current flow than before. It has to do a re-learn every time the battery is disconnected.