Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Even after installing a new brake light bulb, the brake light still does not work (on the driver's side). If the fuse is burnt out/corroded, how can I change/replace this without spending a lot of money?
If the other side is working, then it will not be a fuse problem. more then likely it is a grounding problem or there is a short in the wire. Take a test light and check and see if you are getting a hot wire to the brake light. If it is hot then it is a grounding problem. Make sure that the bulb is in the right way and look for any corrosion where the bulb goes and clean it out.
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