Question about Chevrolet Express
Small lights under the back doors, right rear directional and right rear brake lights don't work; rear left directional works unless the brake is stepped on or the headlights are on. Some of the rear lights that do work are dim
Wire supplying ground power to the lanp scoket is spring connection. Dur to both elements being on at the same time causes the connection to over heat. This heats up the spring acusing a pore connection. As time goes by, the problem is agravated until it opens.
Solution: Remove bulb socket. Remove wire,( Brown, two each). Clean wire contact. re streach spring. clean base contact with a small screw driver. Re-insert and apply white lithilum grease. Should work for a while. I have nor foung a direct replacement for the socket. it is rather flat and anither replacement may not fit in the housing.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Bad ground in back wiring harness there somewhere
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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