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2003 Chevy Cavalier w/ Electric Problem on Driver's Side?
They work for a few days, sometimes a couple of months if I'm lucky, and then the rear blinker/brake light blows out on the driver's side, and the headlight/daytime light on that side tend to go out and come on sometimes. Mostly, I can get the headlight/daytime to work, but I have to hit the lamp to knock it on. This is so frustrating, especially because I've never had any mechanical problems with my car, and it goes out when I'm driving at night, so I don't always feel safe to stop and knock it on, but I don't want a ticket either. The annoying and constant clicking sound in the inside when my (daytime) light is off really distracts me too because recently hitting it hasn't always worked, but I can't waste time or be late for class or work because my light's being stupid.
If this is a bigger electrical problem, what would a mechanic charge me? I don't want to be overcharged to fix this if that's the case. Or are there any other quick fix suggestions?