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I have no turn signals or break lights on 1980 F-150. Replaced turn signal switch in column and blinker in fuse box, all bulbs and fuses. What am I missing?

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Now with the blinkers, hazard, horn and brake lights not working that may be the multi funtion switch (blinker switch) that is located inside the column (where the blinker lever attaches).
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