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I have a 92 crown vic and my brake lights and blinkers stop working. but the hazerd lights work and the running lights work. and all the fueses are good on it.. can anyone help?

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Check the wiring in the trunk. Maybe some wires got pulled loose or pinched, or a relay might be out. Good luck!

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Sounds like a bad turn signal switch, if all your fuses are good.

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