Left blinker/break light out on my 2005 Impala, new bulb didn't fix the problem

Asked by Jul 24, 2015 at 07:17 PM about the 2005 Chevrolet Impala LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My back left blinker/break light is out so I changed it with a new bulb and it's still not
working. I've had to change this same one about 3 months ago when it went out and
putting a new bulb in it then fixed the problem. Now I'm wondering if it could be a fuse
problem or something else. Not gonna lie, I am a woman who knows nothing about
cars so most likely I will be taking this to a auto shop to fix it. So the question is is
that how mush does it usually run to get a fuse fixed or if it is a different problem that
you know of how much does that usually cost. Thanks so much for all the help!

1 Answer

I did check the blinker fuse and it was not blown.

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