Rear light issue on 2002 chevy cavalier. Back up lights and 3rd brake light do not light up . All other lights do so I know it's not the fuse

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Asked by Sep 21, 2014 at 03:39 AM about the 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier LS Coupe FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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124,115

Have you tested the bulbs?

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They are new bulbs i change them and changed the fuse

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124,115

I would test the bulb sockets for power and ground. Find out which is missing and this will help narrow down where to look. Also has car been in a recent fender bender?

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No it's been sitting in a drive way for 3 months that's all the 3rd brake light has not worked for a while. The reverse light is new. I am thinking it is the backup light switch. I do not have the meter to check power

124,115

That's very possible. The switches are only about $20-$40. And very easy to replace.

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It was the switch and I fix it now I have to fix a lug nut bolt that broke trying to take off the tire.

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