Question about 2001 Chevrolet Malibu
Hi: 1st Thing to Check is Your Brake Light Swith ,Which is Down Where the Brake Pedal is But Follow it UP to Find It,It Could be Mounted On your Steering Column ,Or Theres A Bracket(METAL) Hold The Switch. When not Pressing your Brakes The Switch is Being Pushed in By the Brake Pedal Metal Arm and You Should beable to Find It. 1- Thing don't seem like your Brake Light Bulbs would Both Stopping working at the same Time.You Also need to look in your Fuse Box and Se if Theres a Fuse Labeled on Your Fuse Box Cover (STOP LIGHTS Or BRAKE LIGHTS. Hope you Can Find it and Get you Rolling again ,PLEASE Reply And Rate My Help i Gave you by Voting On My Solution: Thanks The WYOCWBOY
Posted on May 29, 2010
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