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Sounds like a wire was not re-installed under the hood. When the alternator or battery were replaced, there are several power wires under the hood that attach to the same power terminal. Look for a RED wire with a large round connector, that is just hanging out in the open air. You need to install it back onto the post that it came off of. good luck.
Your description, I take it, is a problem with the wiring harness going from the driver's compartment to the rear lights. If that is the case, the normal color code for GM is brown for tail lights, dark green for the right stop & turn, yellow for the left stop & turn and light green for the backup lights. Any black wires should be grounded. The white wire in the trailer harness is for a ground when used on a trailer. It sounds like you have the green and yellow T&S wires shorted together somewhere! Some of the later vehicles use separate stop and turn bulbs... these would have a separate wire for the stop lights only, but I don't think your truck is new enough for that. Good luck!
Power light indicators on flashing red as warning that battery is almost depleted of functionality. ascertain that devices with extension cables deriving power from elsewhere are plugged in to reattain power to acheive regular functionality. For example, devices with red light indication as power warning would also flash yellow or green when in full power charge from another source. refer with devices user guide or manual for refering, diagnostics.
Are your hazards lights on? I don't know your car but The triangle most of the time is hazards lights. Now when you turn your key on all the light should come on then go off, If on stays on in some cases it could be just a bulb. To check your Bulbs use you turn singles / blinkers. You can get them on by turning key to on with out starting car. Then turn on our left by pushing switch down first. Check driver side front & rear. Then check passenger side by switching to the right switch up. Good luck
If both yellow and green LEDs come on, this indicates a deeply discharged or defective battery pack. Allow the battery pack to remain in the charger for 15 to 30 minutes. When the battery pack reaches normal voltage range, the red LED should come on. If the red LED does not come on after 30 minutes, this may indicate a defective battery pack and should be replaced. n After normal usage, a minimum of 1 hour of charging time is required to fully recharge battery pack.