Re: No Brake lights or Turn signals on 97 Calavier

I'd check for a blown fuse, first of all (check both the fuse box in the left side of the dash, and the under-hood fuse box..)

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Did that no luck. All the fuses look good.

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could be bad bulbs

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As a first try, check the grounds, I like to start troubleshooting with known good grounds. For more on the pleasures of grounding, which is overlooked, post back. Follow wiring harness to find ground screws. Stainless steel screws are " troublefree" and recommended.
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