Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
The brake light portion of the drivers side rear lights do not work. The bulbs are good and the reverse and directional lights work great. Any thoughts? Before i go and buy a replacment light, does anyone know where and if the failure point can be fixed? maybe a loose connection?
Hello, I would first check your fuses to your lights first. Then I would press on the brake and have some one check and see if the brake lights come on. If not it is a possible brake light switch and this will probaly need to be replaced. I would check for loose connections on this and check the connections to your back lights as well. The brake light switch is connected to the top of your brake pedal assembly. If these are not the problems it is a possible short in your tailight assembly. I hope this solves your problem for you!
Posted on May 22, 2009
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