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Thread: Turn / Hazard wiring problems

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    Turn / Hazard wiring problems

    I have a (new to me) 92 Mighty Max, engine - 4G64 ext. S22.

    The previous owner installed a flatbed and I think they messed
    up the wiring for the turn signals.

    When I engage the turn signals, the hazards come on - both front and back.
    it also displays the hazard lights on the dash when the turn signals are engaged.

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    Also, my E-brake light is constantly on, even though it’s not engaged.

    Any thoughts?

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    when they put on the flatbed, did they stay with separate lights for turn signals and brakes?
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    Nah, they used multi (3-way) functional lights.

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