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Left turn signal comes on when i push the brake petal

I have a 1990 toyota pickup and the problem is when I push the brake petal the left turn signal lights comes on but it don't affect the actual turn signals. 

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Clean connector plugs on rear light units corrosion causes this to happen.
due to moisture.

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Check the brake switch, you might need a wiring diagram to see exactly how the wiring is, but that is a possibility or it could aslo be the flasher

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