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Your picture of the light didn't seem to come through. Several things will cause restricted power.... a dragging emergency break, a plugged fuel filter, plugged air filter, plugged exhaust pipe and finally check all the fluid levels in the motor as some cars have a limp mode if a level is too low, especially on the oil side.... also make sure the gas cap is tight... a lot of viechle will act up if the vapor return line doesn't have the proper pressure in the gas tank. Next would be wires and plugs, distributer cap and distributer button... spark plugs can run fine at low rpm but foul at higher rpm.
This is a traction control system feature. The light comes on & the power to the drive wheels is limited. This happens when you lose traction, even slightly, due to peeling out, wet/icy roads, loose gravel etc... It should go back to normal as soon as grip is restored. The way to speed that up is to very slightly engage the emergency brake. I mean only a very little bit & only for a second. While doing this, keep the release button pressed.
the traction control system works off of the abs system so there is a code in the abs module that needs to be pulled so you know were to start to check the system out.the service engine light is a different system all together and there is a code in the ecm that must be pulled so you know were to start to check to repair that system.you don`t say why you jumped to the conclusion that the gas cap set a code.the emergency brake light will come on if the e-brake is not all the way in the off position(something may be holding the lever up just enough to put the light on.the switch could be misadjusted and needs to e readjusted.
Press the button on the dashboard "A/T Mode" changeover switch, which switches the driving mode between Normal and Hold. From the Owner's Manual: "Select the "HOLD" mode when starting your vehicle on a road surface slippery from snow or the like, and the vehicle will start smoothly...other than "L" position, the vehicle starts in second gear." BTW, red brake light is probably the emergency brake light switch, which might just need cleaning or adjustment
If I understand you right based on your post/description, the signal lights would still turn on even if any or both of the flasher relays are removed. Should this be the case, then the signal lights are not getting the power from the flasher relays but from the brake light circuit.
Perhaps your concern is not with any of the flasher, but simply missing or loose ground more particularly with the rear lights. Perhaps you could try determining which of the wires for the brake lights and signal lights (as they come out of the light assembly) would be ground . A test and even possibly a temporary workaround is to hard wire a second ground connection from the determined ground wire of the lights and attach it to any conveniently located bolt or screw to the body. it may be to your advantage to do this on all the rear lights assembly.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.
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