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1990 Volvo 240 DL brake lights not working, fuse good, bulbs good

I read somewhere to replace flasher relay, I found 2 relays under driverside dash, told by guy at parts store neither one was the flasher relay. can you describe his part to me?

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It's silver aluminum---not orange---that's fuel pump!

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