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I have a 1987 Buick Century. The hazards flash like they should except when the brake pedal is pressed, the hazards stop flashing. Is there a way to get the hazards to flash while the brake pedal is pressed.

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Hello boni4jesus: My name is Roger and I will help you. The flashers on your car are operating properly. This is logic built into the turnsignal switch. This logoc allows the turn signals to flash one brake light. While the other burns solid as a brake light. Should the 4 ways flash when the brake were applied. Then you would have a problem. You most likely not have any brake lights. I do not know of a way to have the four way flashers to work non stop with out disabling the brake lamps. To do so will create a liabilaty for you and your insurance company should you be involved in a accadent. Should you need further help please just ask. Thank You for using Fix Ya. Roger

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