Q: Brake,blinker,hazards don’t work

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Brake light and blinker and hazards don’t work

My car has 157 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi Cyrus. Thanks for contacting us tonight. The only item that would cause all of these to fail would be a damaged electrical relay or an exposed electrical wire in the steering column or behind the dash. In most cases, multiple, independent electrical faults will cause this to occur. Since there are several possible sources, you should probably have a professional mechanic complete an electrical inspection, so they can determine what repairs are needed.

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