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2001 Ford Ranger right turn signal doesn't work when the braking

When I have the right turn signal on and apply the brakes the turn signal lights stop flashing and stay on until I take my foot off the brake...then they flash again...
All of my bulbs are working.
The left turn signal works properly...

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Flasher Unit sounds bad... change the flasher, which is in the inboard fuse panel.

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