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Did you check fuse? Reference owners guide. If you can check for voltage at fue, stick paper clip in fus slot (red, positive lead) negative lead to chasis. REPLCACE ALL LIGHT BULBS AT ONCE then have some one push brake while you hold brake bulb in your and watch to if it blows, if not turn key to on flip turn signal see what happens let me know what you see, Good luck
there is a flasher for both 4 way & regular turn signals ( check to make sure the bulbs are good
the backs are easy >>> Just step on the brake, If the lights light up the bulbs are good you my have to remove the bulbs one at a time in the front check your ground wires to the lights if everything is good replace the flasher unit if that fails replace the turn signal switch
Your brake light switch, which is located on the brake pedal, has malfunctioned. If you replace that your pedals will go back to working. When they go bad one or more brake lights will not work when the brake pedal is pressed but will work all other times. The reason is because the light doesn't "know" that the pedal is being pressed because it isn't getting the signal from the switch. Let me know if you have any further questions. Thanks for using FixYa!
The door lock problem and turn signals are likely unrelated unless there is a fuse that supplies power to both and the turn signal lights simply do not light. Check the fuses. If the turn signals come on but just do not flash, replace the flasher relay. It is located below the left hand side of the steering column.