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This is most likely a failure of the ignition switch. If you unplug the ignition switch do these lights go back out? Can you do electrical testing with a volt meter or test light?
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That is correct, you access it by removing the steering column shrouds.
Thanks, ***** ***** ignition unplugged, and these things still powered up. Can you tell me which wires at the ignition switch are powered?
Does the vehicle have a remote start?
Do you have a test light?
The info so far is pointing to a wire issue from this remote start or a possible interior fuse box failure.
Thanks, ***** ***** about the brake light fixing the issue in your prior post. We still need to figure out why this is occurring. Do you have a test light? We need something to test with to be able to move forward on this electrical diag.
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That would confirm its the ABS module that is to blame after you can do some wire testing once you get a meter.
I do not know about a chip to blame, the circuit board inside the ABS module though can be to blame.