Yes , i have a 96 mine done the same thing , i was removing the dash cover to install a radio accidently broke mine , i had to push down on what remained and wedged a sheetrock screw to hold it in place till i could get a new one
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I assume the fuse has power if the hazards work. The third brake light skips the turn signal switch, the regular brake light circuit goes thru the turn signal switch. Do you have power going into the turn signal switch on the red lite green wire from the brake switch ?
Try wiggling the turn signal switch and see if brake lights and or turn signals start working.Gm did have a recall on the multifunction switch on later models but it did affect earlier models as having the same problem. It's is possible that the multifunction switch is the cause of it all but is also possible that the flasher relay has gone bad but the relay wil only affect the turnsignal and hazrd flashers.
OK if the fuses are good , use a test light and check to be sure you have power at the fuse terminals. you'll check from ground to the terminal on top of the fuse. you should have 12vdc. then , check for power at your brake light switch on both terminals while the brake pedal is pressed, it is located located on the brake pedal assembly. also , check your hazard flasher switch to be sure it is not on. if it was on, check your flashers, both the turn signal and hazard flasher. If everything checks out , your problem is probably in your turn signal switch assembly located in your steering column.
consider properly repairing the hazard light switch via junkyard parts for a cheap price. You invariably have a short that overloads the fuse when you activate the brake lights via pressing on the brakes.