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Turn signals don't flash when braking 99 grand marquis

Turn signals don't flash when braking in my 99 grand marquis.
turn signals work until brake is applied then signals don't flash.
Usually applying brakes when turning so not good

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Check all earth wires on all lights.
most lights in cars run in series so if u loose one you loose the other mainly caused by bad earth on globe holders or corrosion where bulb sits.
little sand paper goes a long way.

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