Left side brake light stays on and directional will not blink
I have a 1989 buick lesabre and the left side directional will not blink and the brake light stays on all the time there was a blown bulb in the directional and I changed the bulb the parts store said it was the right bulb then I changed it again with no change
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The easiest thing for you to do would be to replace the bulbs that are on that circuit. You should have one or two bulbs with a double filament, one for the brake and turn signal and one for the tail light. If that does not fix the problem, someone will need to check the circuit for power from the turn signal switch. It takes all of the lights on one side to make the turn signal flash.
Warped rotors or bad brake pads. Remove and replace. It could aslo your electronic brake pressure modulator valve. Its on the left side under your dash. When you start your car does the red BRAKE warning light come on for a few seconds and then go out? If it does, that's normal, and your problem is warpage or pads. Be sure your brake fluid resovoir is full too.