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Braking lights are behaving lights signals and signals like brakes

This problem of brakes behaving like signals and vice a versa started two days after I had temporally removed the radio from the dashboard not the wiring just to see if I could get a glimpse of the code in order to reactivate the radio...replaced it without further handling.

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If you pulled on the radio.. you pulled on the wiring harness and subsequently everything else.. may have crossed a wire or two behnd the dash .. need to check for pulled wires and move them close to original position..

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SOURCE: do i need a radio code or a new radio?

the radio has more then one fuse check them all

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