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Signal indicator brake lights and fm radio

I have a 1999 Grand am that seems to have a ghost .My signal lights and brake lights will at times work for a few minutes then stop working and a day later might work again for a few hours , The same with the fm radio every once in a while I can get in a station then after a few mins it go static . What is wrong with this stupid car??????

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You may have an intermittent switch or possibly a shorted or broken wire. As for the radio, I'd yank it and put an after market deck in. GM radios aren't known for their quality. But, you could check the back of the radio to see if the antenna lead is plugged in securely.
Hope this helps.

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