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Turn signal clicker clicks when I press on the brake pedal

Sometimes when I come to a stop to turn I notice that my turn signal clicker (the actual noise) does not click with the signal but clicks when I press and let off of the brake pedal. Sometimes my turn signal will also click very rapid like a bulb is out even though no bulbs are out. This does not happen all the time but seems to be happening more often lately. 2005 Chevy Colorado

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