If pulling up on the brake pedal worked, lets start there. I'm not sure on that specific car, but there should be a white switch on the brake pedal bar up under the dash that turns on the brake lights when you push the pedal. It would also turn of the cruise. those switches are adjustable. it should skrew in and out. if that is the problem, you've probably been driving around with the brake lights on all the time.
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It could be either.....Cruse Control vacuum hose off or has cracks (located inside the engine area) or the 'kick-off' switch located on the brake peddle is bad. That being said, the lid of your fuse box should have a list of what each fuse is and location....also will be in your owners manual.
The climate control on that car has two electric motors. one for each side.They are located under middle of the dash.Alot of times they get stuck,and all you have to do is pull the linkage and alot of times it will start working again..They probably been in one position for a long time..You should have a panel to remove and you can access them without alot of problems
Two issues here, you will need to replace the flasher. this will correct the erratic turn signals.
Concerning the brake light. Make sure the bulbs are in working condition and, check the wiring harness for faults as well. if the bulbs and wires arr OK, replace the brake light switch.
You can test for proper current by pulling the brake light bulbs out the socket and, use the copper prongs inside the brake light socket for testing. use a volt meter and, hit the brake pedal and, see if themeter registers a current. if not, replace the wiring harness.
Pull up on the brake pedal. If that does not work check your brake light bulbs (LED brake lights will also keep your cruise control form working). Finally check all of the fuses. This system needs at least 3 different fuses to work properly.
Replace the Brake light control switch located in front of the brake peddle under the dash this also turns the cruise off when braking. While driving put your foot behind the brake peddle and pull back toward you while doing this try your cruise if it works there are three possible causes or a combination of all three. Brake control Switch, Loose or sloppy brake pedal not activating the Brake switch properly or week brake pedal return spring. Good Luck.