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You need to have the front rotors turned or replaced. Take a set of dial calipers and measure the rotor thickness. compare that to the specs on the rotor and that will let you know if you can turn them. Put new pads on and make sure to lube the slider pins.
when you bleed them do you make sure you have the cap off the break fluid reservor and have plenty of fluid and you gotta have some one pump the breaks a couple times and hold down while your bleeding them
u need to take of the brake pads and rotor. loosen the three bolts to the wheel bearing, take the top one completely out. take a long socket with another guy in the truck. start it and have the socket wedged on the bolt and the front axle. dont use the 12 point socket ur using to loosen bolts. it might break. anyways turn the steering wheel until the socket pushes on the bolt breaking the bearing loose from the axle u get that and u pull the shaft out and change the u joint
Flashing fast inside, is telling you there's a problem (light out) outside usually. If you've remedied that, I'd say try another flasher, as in perhaps swap with hazard flasher if same & see if that doesn't cure it.