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2000 Chevrolet Malibu turn signal problem, please help
This Problem of the Turn Signals on your 00 Malibu. is Due to malfuntion of the FLASHER RELAY
The Flasher Relay is Part of the HAZARD SWITCH. Located on the istrument cluster BEZEL..
You can't get from the major Autoparts, Because IS Only available on A/C delco. Or GM.
The GM part Number is : 22594146
The Best Place for get the Flasher Relay is the GM DEALER. and the COST is aprox. $ 32.00
I hope this help on your problem
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on Jan 26, 2019
Check engine light on
The p0302 is a misfiring code. It could be plugs or coil pack. The p0420 code reads Catalyst System
Efficiency Below Treshol. I would start with the plugs that is the cheapest route to start out with.
on Feb 25, 2018
I have replaced both circuit boards for rear tail
You only need to change the tail light fuse if it is blown. If you haven't checked it already, do that. Those stop/tail bulbs are 2 filament bulbs. One filament is for brake lights, and other filament is for the tail lights. So it is possible to have brake lights and no tails, if the filaments for the tail lights are burned out. But of course, it is unlikely that all the tail lights would be out and all the brake lights still work.
You may need a voltmeter to help solve the problem. It could be a problem in the headlight switch (a problem with the park light function), but is more likely a problem with the Lighting Control Module- or the Body Control Module-whichever your car is equipped with. GM first came out with the LCM, and a year or two later came out with the BCM. Both are mini-computers to control lighting and cabin functions. You would have to use a voltmeter and check things like power in and power out at the BCM of the park lights. You would thus need a wiring diagram to go along with the voltmeter. Those modules are located up under the dash-you can use google to see pictures of them, and maybe find locations.
on Apr 06, 2017
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