NO BACK BREAK LIGHTS

Asked by Jun 25, 2008 at 07:37 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I HAVE NO BRAKE LIGHTS . All of the other lights work fine. Even the third brake light in the rear window. I changed both bulbs pluss the brake pedal switch. Whats wrong with the lights?

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turn signal switch is bad chevys are bad about those going out because the turn signals are tied into the outside brakelights the power goes from the brake light switch to the turn signal switch and then to the back chang ethe turn signal switch and you should be good to go its not to bad to chage just a screwdriver and a torx bit are needed ive done a few cars with this problem

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ok are your speed dometer light workin i had same problen in my dodge

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try taking it to a mechanic(y)

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