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pull the bulb out of the right front and see if the brake lights stop going on -something is causing a feed back that is triggering the brake lights to come on with the turn signal-these are separate systems so something crossed so its shorting between the two-cheers Denny
It sounds as though you may have a short. Fisrt I would suggest using a voltage meter on one of the sockects is out completely, if there is low/no voltage running through it I would then trace the wire harness from the dash back. it's possible that it was kinked or bent causing a break or short. I hope this helps =)