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Left side brake and hazard lights don"t work

1990 lumina no brake or hazard lights on left although all bulbs in tail lights work also the back widow brake light does not work. fuses are good.....every thing works on right side

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    Tail lights come on brake lights wontwork

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Sounds like a bad turn signal switch, wiggle it , just a little bit,... see if some of the lights start to work. do your turn lights work correctly??

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