Question about 2000 Chevrolet Malibu
Hello! If you have a multimeter you can set it on X10 ohm scale and read across the brake light switch, as someone presses down on the pedal...Should read "short" (zero ohms)...If not switch is defective...Replace...If good...Using the same set-up...Test for ground at the light connectors...One probe on bare metal chassis ground...The other at the socket...Guru....Saailer
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