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No one else has been able to help so I'm starting to think its a wiring problem but I wouldn't know where to go with that so help is still appreciated
Are they flashing like a short is there, or are they flashing like a blinker would?
Like hazards would but longer intervals
Are these the rear parking lights or rear brake lights flashing?
If an assistant applies the brakes while this is occurring does it stop?
Rear parking lights and no if the brake is pressed or not as long as my lights are on they flash.
This is going to be a faulty vehicle electrical systems control module behind the left side of the dash below the 9 pin relay carrier.
Could I buy a new one and replace myself? If so where and how much?
I show it requires programming so that means a diagnostic tool is needed. If you do not have one then you must let a shop handle this repair.