Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
Two issues here, you will need to replace the flasher. this will correct the erratic turn signals.
Concerning the brake light. Make sure the bulbs are in working condition and, check the wiring harness for faults as well. if the bulbs and wires arr OK, replace the brake light switch.
You can test for proper current by pulling the brake light bulbs out the socket and, use the copper prongs inside the brake light socket for testing. use a volt meter and, hit the brake pedal and, see if the meter registers a current. if not, replace the wiring harness.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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