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'65 Mustang Hazard Lights

The battery on our car is dead. When the charger was connected, the hazard lights in front and the back taillights began blinking. They blink intermittently and only stop blinking when the charger was removed and the hood was closed. We have searched the original handbook and looked at/tried all of the switches on the dashboard, but nothing seems to stop the blinking. Any suggestions?

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