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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
I have to believe that with all of the "non related" issues happening that there is a wiring harness problem. If you track the harness back from the tail lights you will probably find a nick or a break in the line. If nothing shows then check the connection point which should be somewhere around your fuel tank. It will be a male/female fitting that will pull apart and you can check at that point with a meter if it is working to that point. If not it then you will have to work your way all the way up to find the fault point.
you have a bad ground the brake light are independent of the rest of the lights if the turn signals work and the brake lights don't you have a bad ground blowen fuse or your turn signals are not grounded properly so the turn signal lights may be dim or erritic in nature you can also check the blinker switch for it can be shorted (remember that there are two 1 for the turnsignals & 1 for the fourway flashers