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Lights My 95 s-10 brake lights, turn signals, and hazzards have completely gone out. I am thinking that it may be the multifunction switch (turn signal switch); do you think that may be the problem or something else?

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Hi there, its not likely the switches to go out at the same time. it sounds to me that the wiring harness under the dash by the steering wheel is loose and also check the fuses and relays in the fuse box

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