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1982 s10: brake lights, hazards, and blinkers do not work.

I've always had problems with my blinkers. the right one always had to be flicked on an off manually to blink. my left one worked fine except for sometimes when it would either act like the other one, or would blink VERY slowly. and now, niether my blinkers, brake lights, or hazards work at all. my reverse lights are okay. any suggestions?

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YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK THE BULBS IN THE REAR LIGHTS THEY OFTEN STOP WORKING IF THERE IS A BURNT ONE . IF NOT THEN CHECK TO SEE IF YOU CAN HEAR THE CLICK WHEN YOU ENGAGE YOUR SIGNAL EACH WAY IT MIGHT BE IN THE STEERING COLOUM WHERE IT CONNECTS TO THE SIGNAL ARM

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