Question about GMC Savanna
This sounds like a bad ground, remove the brake light sockets and remove the bulbs, take a look at the sockets and see if the socket is burt or melting, the most common problem is the socket goes bad and cant handle the brake and park lights at the same time , this is cause by a bad ground inside the socket, try cleaning the contacts in the socket and gentle prying them out to make a better contact to the bulb, also make sure there are no burnt marks on the contact terminals on the bulbs, good day
Posted on May 22, 2011
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