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Pull the battery cables back off clean the battery post and cables reconnect it to make sure there is a good connection. If it still has a issue with that more than likely it is either the ignition switch or the ECU went bad.
Was any of the brake light bulbs changed recently, the wrong type of bulb may be used causing a short in the socket, and making the rest of the brake and signal circuit malfunction. I no bulbs were recently replaced, start with checking for corrosion in each bulb socket, signal and brake bulb sockets. Let us know what you find
Sounds like a ground issue to me. I would have the wiring checked for any ground issues. If its getting bad this could cause the flickering as you drive. This is what I ran into a while back. Hope this helps!!