Q: Turn Signal trouble

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My right, rear turn signal no longer blinks. The front, right turn signal works correctly. In addition, the entire rear light complex (brake light, turn signal, ect.) won't light when I press the brakes unless my headlights are on. However, even if the headlights are on, the right, rear turn signal will still not blink. I have already tried replacing the turn signal relay and none of the bulbs are burnt out.

My car has 124644 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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