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94 Toyota 4-Runner Turn signal /Blinker system promblem

My left blinker light goes solid when the brake is engaged. Resumes flashing when brake is not engaged, No problem with right blinker , continues to blink when making a right turn when brake is engaged at intersection.
Can not be flasher unit as it blinks when left turn signal is on. Only goes sold when brake is engaged . Brake lights activate in usual manner.

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  • Toyota Ed May 11, 2010

    Does you vehicle have a trailer harness?

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    roadmaster chassis

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    when I turn left blinker on it blinks faster. Happens in cold weather and usually clears on its own.

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You have a back break light out

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