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1999 Chevy Lumina LS hazard lights do not work

Hazard lights do not work. the switch is broken and must be depressed by a screwdriver. When depressed the dash turn signal lights do not illuminate and the exterior lights do not work. When its not depressed the brake lights, running lights, and turn signals work except the left rear turn signal is intermitant. Sometimes when it is activated the dash light blinks rappidly as does the left front turn signal and the left rear is not iluminated. I do not believe the problems are caused by the same thing due to the fact that when the tail light does not work i gently pull on the multi function switch and it begins to work. Any ideas people have will help, thanks in advance.

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Hazard light switch... They all intermingle in operation.
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