Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
The rear passenger tail light is not working at all!.. no brake light, no turn signal, no reverse light, nothing!.. could this be a fuse problem? if so what fuse would cause this? i dont think all the bulbs could all go out at once.. someone please help, ive already been pulled over once for it and am trying to avoid that happening again. Thank you.
There is a connector that plugs into the light that should be looked at. is there any water leaks anywhere. there were problems with water leaks on some malibu models around the tail lights. pell open the inside covers and get to the tail light to inspect for this. also check those bulbs just in case they did go bad. any condensation in the light? not sure if the Impala has a single fuse for both tail light or one for each but you should check fuse box under dash and under the hood. good luck
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