Question about 2006 Kia Sorento
If you have a trailer connector on the vehicle check for crossed or shorted wires at that connector. If not then you need to start tracing wires under the vehicle looking for shorts or grounded wires. The center light runs off 1 wire and the two brake lights are on a separate wire. Check for grounded wires or missing grounds near the jack storage in the vehicle if that is stowed in a compartment in the rear of the vehicle. If all of this is good, replace the flasher unit under the dash near the fuse panel.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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