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'96 F-250 Diesel Brake lights and left turn signal malfunction

I have a '96 F-250 Powerstroke and When I turn on my headlights my brake lights come on and stay on, including high-mount, Also, when I have the headlights on and try to use my left turn signal the turn signal does not flash it just stays on. When the lights are off everything works as it should. I'm thinking bad ground, but I am not sure of the location of the ground wire. Any input will be appreciated.

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