Chevrolet Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hi Im David. allow me a few to look up information on your vehicle. thanks.
do you have a multi meter?
have you checked all of the fuses in the engine compartment that are related to turnsignals/brake lights ?
sounds like some shoddy work to me. check the rest of the fuses first then we can at least know there are all good fuses we are working with.
ok, first things first. they were trying to get brake lights by jumpering that connector, which of course blew the bcm fuse. so, withe the connector put back on, press the brake pedal and check for power back at the sockets for the brake light bulbs. you're going to need 2 people for this. this is to comfirm whether power is getin there or not and then we can check to make sure the grounds are good for the brake lights
the third brake light is on a totally different circuit
ok, check the connectors for a good ground. let me see if i can find out what position the ground wire is in the connector.
it is it should go into the connector if you follow it.
we're going to need more than an hour for this my friend. the previous owners got some wiring messed up somewhere
youre going to need to test the brake switch to see if its opening ans closing. back probe the connector and select ohms and operate the switch
let me get a drawing.
check for power at the red/white wire
then my manuals wrong...not the first time.
probe the connector for 12 volts.
nothin is out of my expertise and i am helping 4 different people right now. i will be opting out of this question. good day.
please quit responding to me as it keeps giving me back the question. as for your insults, they are not appreciated. again, if you respond back it will send it back to me and not allow another tech to be able to hello you. good day to you sir.