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I own a 1991 Chevy silverado 1500. The rear brake lights, blinkers, and hazards wont work, but the tail lights do. I replaced all the fuses, the pedal switch, and hazard canister. Any help out there?

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I believe there is a relay for the brake lights. that may have failed

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