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P311-112F5E2    W0133-1843179  New

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2003 Chevrolet Cavalier Turn Signal Light Assembly VAIP - Vision Lighting

P311-112F5E2    W0133-1843179  New

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2000 Chevrolet Cavalier Turn Signal Light Assembly VAIP - Vision Lighting

P311-12F3CCE    W0133-1843180  New

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VAIP - Vision Lighting
2003 Chevrolet Cavalier Turn Signal Light Assembly VAIP - Vision Lighting

P311-12F3CCE    W0133-1843180  New

Qty:
$16.75
VAIP - Vision Lighting Turn Signal Light Assembly
  • SAE/DOT Approved
Brand: VAIP - Vision Lighting
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2003 - Chevrolet Cavalier

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2000 Cavalier Wiring?

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Question From Caleb on 2000 Cavalier Wiring?

I have a 2000 Chevrolet cavalier Z24. The brake lights and turn signals don't work. Headlights and tail lights are fine. Replaced fuses and works fine until car is put in drive. Any suggestions as to where to start looking for the problem? Thanks

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Lots of guessing here but check out the brake light switch, Tom

Response From FrankInTucson

What is necessary to replace the brake light switch? Thanks for your help in advance

Frank

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Your car is kind of new for that failure but I've seen anything at any time. Switch should have two wires to it and be involved with your brake pedal - duh. Just make sure and double check if you take it out the the brake pedal is safely back with any clips or cotter keys holding it in place. They are not expensive and you could check it with a test light - no rocket science - power on one side and out on the other with brake pressure. PLEASE USE ALL CAUTION TO HAVE IT BACK TOGETHER!

Response From DanD

Just looking at a couple of wiring diagrams and from what I can see here is that two different fuses protect the turn signals and the stoplights. One ten amp for the turn and back up lights, then a twenty-amp fuse for the stop and hazard light. They both feed the combination turn/hazard light flasher. Not knowing which fuse you’re replacing, I’m not sure where to tell you to look first.
If by chance it’s the ten-amp fuse that could explain why the fuse blew again after you shifted gears, there maybe a short to ground in the back up light circuit.
Try it again this time check if the fuse blows after you move the shifter through its gears.
Dan.

Response From motorheadII

A little clarification, please. You had blown fuses, replaced them, and the brake and ts lights worked fine until you put it in drive. Right? It then blew the fuses again? Does putting it in drive blow the fuse or is it the depressing of the brake pedal beforehand? Pin it down for us, please.

Response From Caleb

Not sure....I just know that lights didn't work so replaced blown fuses, they then worked while in park, checked both turn signals, and brake lights worked fine...... Then when got in to drive wouldn't work . So I guess it blows the fuses while driving????????? I did research and found the 2000 cavalier has a problem with the ignition switch and was recalled in 2004. Not sure if my car had the recall taken care of. Bought it used. Don't know if they are related in anyway or not.

Car wiring issue

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Question From MrGibbons on Car wiring issue

2001
Chevrolet
Cavalier
2.2L
221,000 miles
2-door coupe
base trim
4-speed automatic

My car has been running fine, but recently had a freak wiring occurrence. One day all of a sudden my low and high beams and windshield wipers stopped working both of which happened at the same time, this lasted for an hour, they turned back on and they have been fine ever since, but i am trying to find out why this happened. When this happened the daytime running lights, turning signals, and running lights still worked even though the low and high beams didn't. and the windshield washer still worked even though the wiper motor did not. It seems like it may be a bad ground because both of these things went out then came back on at the same time, but i don't know where to begin looking.

Response From Hammer Time

You won't be able to troubleshoot anything as long as it's working properly.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

As HT said testing while working isn't going to prove anything. I would look for existing ground straps or maybe even add one or two if out of harm's way won't hurt anything and cheap enough. Straps should be both to firewall and to probably radiator support metal from engine block? Waiting for that crap to happen no doubt in the dark while raining can't be any fun,

T

Response From Discretesignals

You should check ground G102. The wiper motor and headlamp switch use that as a common ground. That ground connects to the body at the left rear of the engine compartment on the frame rail.

You should also check the ground at the battery neg cable that attaches to the battery tray. They are known to corroded and cause high resistance.

Even if they look good, remove them and clean them up using a wire brush or sandpaper. Make sure the surface they touch is clean and free of paint or rust.


Response From MrGibbons

It has been about two weeks since I have cleaned the grounds on my car. I haven't had any issues since. I think cleaning the ground g102 solved my problem. Thank you!

Response From MrGibbons Top Rated Answer

I just cleaned the ground on the battery tray, but i am having trouble finding the G102 ground.

EDIT: found it...
It is right underneath of the outer edge of the battery tray.

I cleaned the ground G102 off and will wait a week to see if this happens again and report back to this thread.