Question about 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier
Tail lights on my 2000 Cav are not working. I started from the most basic issue by replacing the bulbs, but that did not work. I then moved on to replacing the pigtails that the bulbs are socketed into because the inside plug was corroded with yellow gunk. This did not seem to fix the problem either. Fuses are fine. The one part that confuses me is that the part the pigtails plug into (not sure what they're called) goes between a green-light/no-light (on a voltometer). That may be the problem, or not, but I am open to suggestions. If anyone can tell me that part's name, I'll go from that point.
Do you have front parking lights? the yellow gunk is gease,
do you have brake lights?
if so try running a new ground too the tail lights
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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