Look at the socket itself. Wires could be burnt or even inside socket corroded or burnt. The light bulb socket assembly cost around $40. It is best to change it. Pretty much self explanatory. You can wiggle the bulb and sometimes it woill work for awhile but it is a pain to keep messing with it so I suggest replacement
Brake linings worn? Wheel bearing?
replace rotors, sounds like they are warped. if you can feel the pulsation in brake pedal they could be warped..
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Could be a brake issue, a bearing issue, a tie rod issue, a CV joint issue. If you are not mechanical yourself, you should take it to a qualified mechanic to have it diagnosed. Any of these left unaddressed can cause more serious issue, some quite unsafe, especially in a Chevy Malibu.
It could be the brake light switch (the switch that activates the brake lights when you step on the brake pedal) has gone bad
It could have 4, 6 or 8 cylinders.
could very well be brake switch on back of brake pedal. it is located at the top back off pedal, or it could be out of adjustment. check and see if power to back lamps, if not check brake switch.
The Chevy Malibu can get between 17 and 22 miles per gallon of gas on the road. It could even get to 26 to 33 miles per galon if you are in a highway.
The light should be controlled by a switch operated by the emergency brake handle. The switch could be out of adjustment or could be bad.
If your pressing your brake when shifting it could be the neutral and park sensor. Or the linkage. If its the linkage you might have problems with your transmission slipping and shifting by its self or into certain positions easyly than others.
it could be a serpentine belt or accessory belt.
5w-30 is recommended but you could use 10w-30.
A sticky brake caliper could do that.
It could be low on brake fluid, a sign of trouble. Have the brakes checked SOON!
could you please tell me how to deactivate the alarm system in my 1997 Chevy Malibu. it is driving me crazy. i really don't need it at all.
It could be low on fuel.
Could be a frozen piston inside the caliper Could be a defective brake hose Could be a damaged (pinched) brake line
Could be a fuse or the wiring in the car
A warning on the dic showing an engine power reduce, indicates that there is an electrical problem with the Chevy Malibu. These issues could be worn or damaged sensors, wiring issues, a weak battery, engine overheating or stored codes that could be causing the warning.
its either a bad caliper or the the brake hose itself could be bad
Your problem may be with any or all of these three items: The fuse, brake switch or bulbs in the brake lights.
check the brake light switch that is on top of your brake pedal under the dash, could be out of adjustment or bad.
If it is a front brake problem it could be a frozen (stuck) caliper, collapsed brake hose or a pinched brake line. If it is in the rear it could be a frozen e-brake cable, pinched brake line or a frozen wheel cylinder.
cylinder 5 missfire detected. could be plug, wire, or bad coil...
Chevy recommends SAE 5W-30 year round, but SAE 10W-30 could be used in the summer or in warmer regions.