Q: is there something else i can check for no turn signal hazard, brake lite ?????

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i have problem with turn signal/hazard and brake lites working. . .they work sumtime, , ,also rear window defogger seems to be all connected ??? i have checked fuses

My car has 1200000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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