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Rear Stop lights are not working but 3rd light is working help


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#1 OFFLINE   chalky6870

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Posted 30 January 2019 - 03:07 PM

Hi everyone Im having some real problems with my Chevrolet cruze 2011 1.6 L . The rear lights dont work any more but the 3rd brake light still works. Ive looked for fuses and relays and there is not one. Head scratching but getting no where. Im in Sunny England and the MOT is due soon. Desperate for any information. Also the Garages dont support Chevrolets and the ones that do dont have a clue. Desperate please help!  









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#2 OFFLINE   grs1961

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Posted 31 January 2019 - 03:20 PM

I presume you have done the obvious, changed the globes for known working globes and had a good look at the sockets?

 

Have you traced the wiring, looking for a break?

 

Take it to an auto-electrician, I dunno about Blighty but they still exist in Oz.  :)


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