Its the steering colum
check light bulbs in both lights
Check sockets and grounds
turn signals work butt the brake lights dont can anyone help please? cant afford a mechanic.
Sounds like a bad brake light switch. Located above where you put your foot on the brake pedal.
Go to AutoZone and look up your fuses in a book for the make and model.
I had this problem with my 1998 Lumina . sometimes it would start but not very often. Sprayed WD40 in the key hole and Blew it out with compressed air. Cleaned the chip on the key. Starts every time now.
I was driving down the road and my car lights went dim and my 1992 lumina started to lose power.
its either a fuse, or the turn signal switch needs to be replaced
Yes, my uncle has a Chevy lumina and the headlights are always on,its andomatic
your flasher is bad replace it It's probably the turn signal signal switch in the steering wheel hub. They're junk from the factory.
the regulator is getting bad in the alternator