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take the plugs and swap them u have the running light plug which are hazards and probly blinkers too. then u have ur tail lights and ur brake lights twwo plugs swap them sounds like ur not geting a got connEction
Normally I would say check the turn signal switch, but you may have water in a wiring connector or a ground problem somewhere in the back of the truck. The brake light and turn signal circuits go thru the turn signal switch before getting to the light bulbs.
Without knowing the year make and model it is impossible to be specific.
But I can say this: Many cars use the same filament (and therefore the same wire to the socket) for the brake and turn signal. That filament is on steady while your foot is on the brake, and the turn signal is not being used. Turn on the turn signal, and that filament is disconnected from the brake-light system by the T/S switch, but is connected by that switch to the T/S flasher.
Traction Light has a traction system sensor going bad. Blinker rapid flash- brakes applied, Need to replace dual function tail lamp bulb(brake turn bulb) Reverse light need shifter adjustment. Gas gauge The sending unit in your tank is going bad replace it.