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If you have no major leaks, then it is the power steering pump or the rack and pinion. If the pump is whining, I would replace this first. Some of these have power assist. This could be at the pump or rack. The pump or rack will have a wire/plug going to it. If it does, I would check the plug first and make sure you have voltage(12) and ground.
It could be wiring, a bad ground, a defective plug to the tail-light, the tail-light itself, a loose fuse, or a dirty or faulty connection at the hazard switch. If it is the hazard switch you can try to actuate it (on and off) 6 to 12 times. This may help clean off the contacts and let the brake lights, return to normal.