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Brake lamp and rear turn signals

Brake lamp and rear turn signal doesn't work on my Ford F-150 unless I constantly adjust the steering wheel until the began to work. what's wrong?

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Sounds like a bad connection from your turn signal switch check you connections under your sterrring column

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