I had kinda the same problem on my Regal . Turned out to be the turn
signal switch. For a quick fix, wire your brake lights direct to the
On Fri, 8 Apr 2005 10:38:24 -0400, "Steve Mackie"
The right and left stoplamps on my '95 Monte don't work.
The bulbs are okay and the highmount stoplamp works.
Does this sound like a common brake switch failure or just
a bad connection? Steve Mackie
==============It's the turn signal switch.
=============It's the brake light switch; the CHMSL is on a separate circuit.
The brake light switch is okay because it provides power to
the highmount stoplight, which is working.
The brake light switch also also provides power to the turn
signal switch for distribution to the Brake/Turn lights. The
turn signal switch is defective or there is a bad connection.
Wendy & John.
cause many problems, I'm sure the running lights are OK because they are
grounded front and rear. The stop lights have only a rear ground, road
salt tends to attack rear stuff. Try diconnecting / re connecting the
tail light harmonica plug at fusebox
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