Question about 2008 Chevrolet Impala
Go to the local auto parts store and tell them you need a new bulb for your right rear turn/brake light. It should be easy to install by going into the trunk. A good parts store will install it for you at no charge.
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a 2002 Chev Cavalier that had the same exact problem. I replaced the bulb harness (purchased from a chevy dealership for around $5) which was fairly easy to do. I have had zero problems with it since.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
There will be an electronic flasher module located under your dash near the steering column (don't know it's exactly location as it varies). It sounds like this unit may be faulty.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
I had this problem, and to be honest, it happened to the left side about a week later...it's the board that the bulbs plug into...it's a very common problem with this model. So popular that you can normally get the socket board off the shelf at a parts store! it's extremely simple to replace, and I replaced all the bulbs at the same time!
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
OK, after more than a year of living with this problem, and replacing the turn signal switch (which did _not_ fix the problem), and checking every bulb and every fuse multiple times, I finally broke down and turned my mechanic loose on this problem. He knew right away that it was a grounding issue. He didn't know where, but he hooked up an aux ground to the negative post on the battery and the problem went away. That diagnosed it, the solution turned out to be more difficult as he had to disconnect most of the ground wires connected to the chassis, and wire brush all the spots and then reconnect them all before he finally figured out which it was that was causing the problem. I told him I'd take all those apart again and grease them and then put them back together so they're more permanently fixed. He had seen this issue before, multiple times on GM vehicles. Now I know about it too, and I'm sharing it to hopefully save somebody else some grief.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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